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Exclusive! Nigerian Troops Rescue Abducted Kankara Students

The abducted Kankara students in Katsina have allegedly regained their freedom.

An inside source squealed to us that Nigerian troops have rescued the abducted students in Katsina.

According to reliable information, they were rescued between Katsina and zamfara state borders.

At the moment, they are with the troops of exercise sahel sanity and are already moved to a more secured location.

It would be recalled that over 300 students were abducted last Friday when gunmen invaded the school.

Abubakar Shekau, leader of Boko Haram, had on Tuesday said his group was responsible for the attack.

In a new video released on Thursday by the insurgents, some of the boys, looking distraught, appealed to the government to cooperate with their abductors so that they can be freed.

Please help us. Tell the vigilantes and soldiers not to come around,” one of the boys in the video said, adding “more than 500 of us are in the forest”.

“Close any form of school, including Islamiyah. Please send the army back. They can’t do anything to help us. Please sir, we need your assistance,” the distraught boy said.

At the end of the video, a voice believed to be that of Shekau said, “he was doing Allah’s work”.

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