HAUSA LATEST GIST LOCAL NEWS SECURITY SOCIETY GIST BUHARI CELEBRATES RELEASE OF ABDUCTED JANGEBE SCHOOL GIRLS BY THEIR ABDUCTORS By Admin Posted on March 2, 2021 3 min read 0 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday morning expressed his joy and happiness at the release of 279 abducted schoolgirls of the Government Girls Secondary School, Jangebe, Zamfara State. He said “I join the affected families and the people of Zamfara State in welcoming and celebrating the release of the abducted students of GGSS Jangebe. This news bring overwhelming joy. “I am pleased that their ordeal has come to a happy end without any incident.We are working hard to bring an end to these grim and heartbreaking incidents of kidnapping. “The Military and the Police will continue to go after kidnappers. They need the support of local communities in terms of human intelligence that can help nip criminal plans in the bud.” However, while celebrating the release of the students, the President called for greater vigilance by the people so that human intelligence could be collected early enough to nip the bandits’ plans in the bud. He warned that the time has come to reverse, completely, the grim and heartbreaking incidents of kidnapping. “Ransom payments will continue to prosper kidnapping,” he warned, while urging the Police and the Military to go after these kidnappers and bring them to justice. The Zamfara State government in the early house of Tuesday announced the release of 279 out of the 317 schoolgirls who were kidnapped from the Government Girls Secondary School, Jangebe, in Talata Mafara Local Government Area of Zamfara State last Friday. Yusuf Idris, the media aide to Governor Bello Matawalle of Zamfara, confirmed the release of the girls on Tuesday morning. The official said 279 schoolgirls were released around 4:00 a.m. on Tuesday. He said the girls are currently at the Zamfara government house waiting to be reunited with their parents. He asked for more time to provide details on the remaining 38 girls.