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Herdsmen Abduct Another Two Students Of Calvary International Ministry

BY LEVI JOHNSON

Again, some suspected herdsmen have abducted two students of the Calvary International Ministry known as CAPRO at Barkin Ladi Local government area of Plateau State.

The gunmen on Wednesday attacked the CAPRO school situated at a few kilometres away from the Yakubu Gowon International Airport Haipang and went away with two students.

CAPRO is an international interdenominational Mission Agency with over 700 missionaries from 26 countries operating in 35 countries in North and sub-Saharan Africa.

However, it was gathered that the initial plans of the herdsmen was to kidnapped scores of the students but met with some resistance.

The Nation reports that it all started when some students in the night noticed strange moves and quickly alerted security agencies who responded swiftly, forcing the attackers to flee with two of their colleagues.

An eye witness said that one of the abducted students later escaped during a gun duel between security personnel and the abductors.

CAPRO management as at the time of filing this report is yet to issue an official statement on the incident but Plateau Police spokesperson, ASP Gabriel Ubah, confirmed the development to The Nation

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