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Nigerian Law School Students Abducted By Gunmen In Enugu

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Tragedy had struck on the late hours of Wednesday when two students of the Nigerian Law School in Agbani, Enugu State Campus were reportedly abducted by some unknown gunmen in the State after they had  strolled out.

Sources had revealed to Newsmen that the yet-to-be identified students had been abducted around 8pm at Eke market in Agbani community on Wednesday night.

Read Also; Gunmen Kill Police Officer At Checkpoint In Ebonyi State

They were said to have gone to the market area to buy food before they had been ambushed by the unknown gunmen who haven’t reached out at the time of filing  this report.

“Two Nigerian Law School students were kidnapped yesterday night by unidentified gun men at eke market, Agbani, Enugu.

“Actually, four students were in the car that belonged to one of the students. The students left the campus to get food around 8pm. However, two students managed to escape at gunpoint.

“We yet to hear anything from the abductors so far,” a source told SaharaReporters.

This comes a few weeks after some 15 residents of Mgbuji Eha-Amufu community in the Isi-Uzo Local Government Area of Enugu State were also abducted.

In another report, a yet to be identified policeman was, on Wednesday, killed by some gunmen at a checkpoint in Ebonyi State.

The incident as it was gathered, had taken place at the G-Hostel Junction which is located near the popular PRESCO Junction, in the Abakaliki Metropolis.

The gunmen, who were said to be three in number had also been operating with a motorcycle.

They had reportedly opened fire on the policemen at the checkpoint, killing one instantly.

In the gun duel that ensued, the police killed one of the hoodlums, just as the remaining two made good their escape.

The Ebonyi State Police Command confirmed the incident, but said it was still gathering information on the attack.


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