breaking news: Kidnappers of Lagos schoolgirls diminish pay-off

Signs rose yesterday that the kidnappers of three schoolgirls of Babington Macaulay Junior Seminary (BMJS), Ikorodu, Lagos may have decreased the payoff sum.

 breaking news: Kidnappers of Lagos schoolgirls diminish pay-off

Timilehin Olusa, Tofunmi Popoolaniyan and Deborah Akinayo were captured from the classrooms on Monday night.

It was learnt that the culprits who reached at around 2a.m with one of the casualties’ guardians, lessened the sum to N10million from the N200million they at first requested.

A few folks who were at the school premises to see their wards told our correspondent yesterday that they were informed by the powers that arrangements were continuous and that the young ladies were healthy.

This advancement however repudiates prior cases that one of the young ladies had taken sick.

Father of one of the abducted young ladies Ven Victor Ayo Olusa, said they are petitioning God for their discharge.

The minister, who is additionally the Executive Secretary, Lagos Anglican School Management Board, which regulates the running of the schools possessed by the Anglican fellowship, including BMJS, said: “The overhaul is that they are still in the criminals nook and we are trusting God; and the congregation is supplicating and the security organizations are working. We are putting our confidence in God.”

It was learnt that the abductors additionally gave the school particular area to drop the concurred pay-off.

By folks who declined to be named, the school was confident and requests to God were been heightened “with the goal that God will touch the criminals to discharge the young ladies unhurt.”

They said the security powers had prompted the school power to be quiet and abstain from giving out data on the issue since a portion of the Kidnappers may be staying nearby to give criticism those suspected to be stowing away in the springs.

Sources said the offenders may have taken the young ladies to the Arepo Creeks. Yet, this couldn’t be affirmed

It was additionally learnt that Inspector General of Police (IGP) Solomon Arase has sent the Quick Response Team (QRT),to join the Lagos Police group to protect the young ladies.

“We came to see our kids. They let us know that they were arranging. They told us what has been offered nor what was concurred on. In any case, the school guaranteed that the snatched young ladies are well and will return securely,” said one of the folks..


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