Boko Haram Threat: Students Flee School Hostels in Nasarawa – NIGERIAN TRIBUNE

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    FOLLOWING the purported abduction letters sent to three government secondary schools in Nasarawa State by members of Islamist group, Boko Haram, students of one of the affected schools, on Thursday, fled their hostels, for fear of being abducted by the insurgents.

    A visit by the Nigerian Tribune to Government Science Secondary School (GSSS), Lafia, showed that many students had left their hostels, while others were seen with their belongings, heading towards the main road to board vehicles to their respective homes, despite the downpour.

    Some students who did not want their names in print told the Nigerian Tribune that “many have left today and we are waiting for our friends so that we can leave together before Boko Haram people will come to the school.”

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    Source: Nigerian Tribune

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