Over 200 students return to school after the Katsina School Attack.

The Nigeria Police has assured the public that they are working very hard with the Nigerian Army and the Nigerian Air Force to rescue missing students involved in the Katsina School Attack.

During the attack which which happen in a school in Katsina, it was recorded that over 100 student were missing, however over 200 students have return to the school again.

The attack which happened on the 11 of December 2020 made some students fled for their safety, so at the time of writing this article, the number of students abducted cannot be determined yet as some students ran home for safety.

Recall the news on the Katsina School Attack

Pulse had earlier reported that over a hundreds of students were abducted during the attack on the Government Science Secondary School in Katsina hours after President Muhammadu Buhari arrived Daura, his home state in Katsina.

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However, the Principal of the school, Usman Abubakar, said that some of the students ran home to their parents when the school was attacked, while others have returned to the school from nearby bushes.

Abubakar said, “Precisely we cannot ascertain the number of students kidnapped until later in the day as some of the students are now resurfacing from the nearby bush. We are currently taking the attendance. Some of them went straight to their various houses with their parents calling us that their children are at home.”about:blank

Meanwhile, the police have started searching to rescue missing or kidnapped students.

In a statement on Saturday, December 12, 2020, by Gambo Isah, the spokesperson of the police in Katsina State, the Force said they are working closely with the Nigerian Army, the Nigerian Air Force and the school authorities to ascertain the actual number of missing students and look for them.

The statement reads in part, “The police, Nigerian Army and Nigerian Air Force are working closely with the school authorities to ascertain the actual number of the missing and/or kidnapped students while search parties are assiduously working with a view to find and/or rescue the missing students.

“It will be too early to say at this particular moment the actual number of students that have been kidnapped or missing”.

The police confirmed that over 200 students have been rescued, adding that an inspector, who sustained a gunshot wound during a gun duel with the bandits was taken to the hospital and is responding to treatment.