Sir Ahmadu Bello Memorial Foundation Calls for rescue of abducted Federal University Gusau Female Students


The Sir Ahmadu Bello Memorial Foundation strongly condemns the recent abduction of over 40 female students from the Federal University Gusau. We consider this act to be ignoble, dastardly, and a gross violation of the sanctity of human life and the pursuit of education.

In a statement signed by the Director General of the Foundation Engr Abubakar Gambo Umar MNSE  said the Foundation expresses its deepest sympathies and solidarity with the affected students, their families, and the entire university community during this challenging time. We stand united in calling for the immediate and safe rescue of innocent students.

This egregious incident further highlights the urgent need for enhanced security measures in all educational institutions across the country, according to the statement. "Our educational institutions must become safe spaces where students can focus on their studies without fear of abduction or harm".

Furthermore, "we implore all well-meaning Nigerians, civil society organizations, and the international community to join hands in condemning this act of violence and demanding the swift rescue of the abducted students. Let us unite in sending a clear message that such acts of terror will not be tolerated in our society".

The Sir Ahmadu Bello Memorial Foundation urges the Nigerian government, security agencies, and relevant stakeholders to prioritize the security of the educational institutions. "We call for the deployment of additional security personnel and the implementation of robust security measures to safeguard the lives and properties of students, faculty, and staff.

The Foundation reiterates its commitment to promoting education, peace, and development in Nigeria. "We remain resolute in our pursuit of a society where every Nigerian can access quality education in a safe and secure environment".

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