Suspected Terrorists Abduct Two Lecturers of Federal University Dutsinma, One Other

Suspected armed terrorists have abducted two lecturers of federal University Dutsinma, and one other.

Suspected Terrorists Abduct Two Lecturers of Federal University Dutsinma, One Other

A wave of terror swept through the Federal University Dutsinma (FUDMA) in Kastina State on Monday morning as suspected terrorists abducted two lecturers and one other individual, sending shockwaves through the academic community and local residents alike.

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The Guardian reported that among the victims were Professor Richard Kyaram and his son Solomon, along with another lecturer identified as Dr. Hamza. The abduction occurred during a brazen attack in the government reservation area (GRA) of Dutsinma Council, where the victims resided.

According to sources, a large number of armed assailants descended on the area, unleashing a reign of terror as they forcibly entered homes and seized phones, money, and other valuables from terrified residents. The attackers, described as armed unknown terrorists, reportedly went from house to house, instilling fear and chaos as they carried out their criminal activities.

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The abduction of the two lecturers and one other individual has left the community reeling with shock and apprehension, as the fate of the victims remains uncertain. Concerns mount over the safety of other residents in the area, with questions arising about the potential for further kidnappings or demands for ransom..