Protesting Students Condemn Abduction of Pupils and Teachers in Ekiti

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The Federation of Ekiti State Students’ Union (FESSU) staged a protest on Tuesday, addressing the abduction of primary school pupils in Emure Local Government Area and the killing of two traditional rulers in Ekiti State.

The demonstration was sparked by the kidnapping of six pupils and three teachers from Apostolic Faith Nursery and Primary School in Emure on Monday by suspected kidnappers in the border town of Eporo-Ekiti.

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FESSU’s National President, Abel Ajibade, expressed his dismay over the incident during a press conference at the NUJ press centre, Oke Oriomi, Ado Ekiti. He called on security forces, media outlets, and the government to rescue the abducted pupils promptly.

Ajibade emphasized the importance of a peaceful educational environment, stating that the students’ right to education should not be compromised. While acknowledging the government’s efforts, he urged additional security measures and a swift resolution to ensure the safe return of the kidnapped pupils.

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