Abductors of Three Secondary School Girls Reduce Ransom from ₦200 to ₦20 Million

Babington Macaulay Junior Seminary (BMJS)The abductors of the three school girls from Babington Macaulay Seminary School have reduced the ransom they earlier demanded from to 20 million Naira. They had earlier demanded 200 million Naira – click here for more.

This information was made known through one of the parents of the girls who said he was contacted at about 2.00 am on Thursday 3rd March, 2016.

One of the girls who escaped kidnap, narrated her ordeal saying they were reading for their tests at night when they suddenly heard gunshots, the scared students started running to their hostels but unfortunately for the three girls, they were held caught by the four harmed men who attacked the school that night.

Father of one of the kidnapped girls Venerable Victor Ayo Olusa, said they are praying for their release.

The cleric, who is also the Executive Secretary, Lagos Anglican School Management Board, which oversees the running of the schools owned by the Anglican communion, including BMJS, said,

“The update is that they are still in the kidnappers den and we are trusting God; and the church is praying and the security agencies are working.  We are putting our faith in God.”

However reports have it that one of the girls is ill as opposed to earlier reports that all the girls are healthy.

Some of the parents have taken their wards home while others who spoke with news men said they will join the school in praying for the release of the girls.

Lagos State Police Command stated that investigation as well as rescue efforts were still ongoing. It, however, did not explain the form of the rescue operation, saying it could jeopardize efforts made so far.

The Lagos state governor, Akinwunmi Ambode has assured that the girls will be found soon.

Source: Vanguard

4 Comments on Abductors of Three Secondary School Girls Reduce Ransom from ₦200 to ₦20 Million
  • Cabrini March 4, 2016 at 1:37 pm

    See their mouth like 200M!! Like they’d be able to count it if given. I pray for the safety of the girls! Can’t imagine the trauma they’re passing through. God be with them and strengthen their families.

  • Lagos is my home March 4, 2016 at 4:07 pm

    Imagine the AUDACITY ……… we are finished in this country . No hope reallly
    No even fear of been caught , instead some fools have turned it to business
    God will really punish some

  • Moyo March 4, 2016 at 5:33 pm

    Dear BellaNaijarians, please join our prayer chain for the release of the 3 girls, we pray at 9 am,, 12 noon, 3 pm and 9 pm. We pray that these girls will be returned safe and sound in Jesus Name. Amen

  • nnenne March 4, 2016 at 11:32 pm

    Why can’t those pastors, who claim that they see vision, perform miracles, tell the police where these kids are? ?
    False prophets!
    Hope they all come home quick.

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