According to a Nigerian media report on February 18, local time, on the evening of the 17th, bandits attacked several villages of the local government in Slolo, Niger State.
According to the report, one resident was killed and at least two injured. The number of abductees has not been determined, and it is estimated that more than 10.
This follows an unidentified group of armed bandits attacked a boarding school in the local government of Kagala, Niger State, Nigeria, in the early morning of February 17, in which a total of 41 people were kidnapped and one person was killed.
On the 18th, the State of Niger officially released the list of abductees of the Kagara Local Government Science Institute, including 27 students, 5 faculty and 9 families.
A total of 41 people were kidnapped from the school and 1 student was shot dead in the process of the kidnapping.
Niger is the largest state in the country, bordering Abuja in the Federal Capital Territory.
At present, the Nigerian government has sent troops and police to Niger State to rescue kidnapped teachers and students.
Multi-sectors are conducting joint large-scale search and rescue missions and have begun to search for kidnapped people from the air.