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137 Abducted Kuriga Pupils Rescued in Zamfara – Nigerian Army



In a stunning display of bravery and coordination, the Nigerian military, alongside local authorities, orchestrated a daring rescue mission that liberated 137 students from the clutches of terrorists. The hostages, including 76 females and 61 males, were saved from LEA School Kuriga in Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State, where they were abducted on 7th March 2024.

The Director of Defence Media Operations, Edward Buba, revealed the details of the miraculous operation, highlighting the unwavering commitment of the armed forces to leave no stone unturned in ensuring the safety of every innocent life.

This remarkable feat comes hot on the heels of another successful rescue operation in Gada LGA of Sokoto State, where 16 pupils and a woman were freed from captivity, further underscoring the military’s determination to hunt down terrorists and bring them to justice.

As the rescued students prepare to be reunited with their families, the nation stands united in gratitude for the bravery and dedication of those who risked their lives to bring them home safely.

But the mission is far from over. With relentless determination, the armed forces vow to continue their pursuit of justice, not only for the rescued hostages but also for the 18 soldiers brutally slain in Okuama community in Delta State. The perpetrators of these heinous crimes will face the full force of Nigerian law, as justice will not be denied.