1 March 2016

Nigeria: Police Launch Hunt for Girls Abducted From Boarding School in Lagos

The Lagos State Police Command has said they are on the trail of the armed men who allegedly abducted about three school girls in Ikorodu on Monday night.

‎The students were taken from their hostel at the Babington Macaulay Junior Seminary, Agunfoye Lugbusi‎, at about 8 p.m., reports say.

"We are working on their rescue," Dolapo Badmus, police spokesperson, told PREMIUM TIMES on Tuesday.

"There's nothing new yet, but we are closing up on them and we are seriously working on the recovery and we are still investigating how the occurrence came to pass.‎"

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