President Bola Tinubu has condemned the abduction of internally displaced persons, and students in Borno and Kaduna States, and has directed an immediate rescue of the victims.
This was disclosed yesterday in a statement by the special adviser to the President, Mr Ajuri Ngelale, the president described the victims as “very vulnerable”, directing security and intelligence agencies to rescue them and ensure that justice is served against the perpetrators of the abominable acts.

He also sympathized with the families of the victims, assuring them that they would soon be reunited with their loved ones.
The Jama’atu Nasril Islam, Amnesty International, the Parent Teacher Association of Nigeria, the Nigeria Union of Teachers, and the House of Representatives have also condemned the attack.
Over 280 pupils and teachers of Government Secondary School and LEA primary school at Kuriga, Kaduna State were abducted on Thursday, triggering national outrage.

The insurgents reportedly invaded the Kuriga area of the Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State, shooting at their victims before whisking them away.
The incident occurred barely 24 hours after insurgents abducted 200 internally displaced women in Ngala, the headquarters of Gambarou-Ngala in Borno State.