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Police rescue seven more abducted Kogi Varsity students

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The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Kayode Egbetokun, has announced the successful rescue of seven more abducted students from Confluence University of Science and Technology in Osara, Kogi State.

This brings the total number of rescued students to 21 as part of ongoing efforts to combat insecurity.

According to a statement by the Commissioner of Police, Kogi State Police Command, SP William Aya, the police deployed a specialized team, including a helicopter crew trained for aerial surveillance, a monitoring team, and a Technical Intelligence Unit, to Kogi State to conduct the rescue operation.

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Aya emphasized the importance of continued vigilance and effort, stating, “It is not over until it is over.”

He urged everyone involved to remain vigilant and committed to ensuring the safety of all students and bringing the perpetrators to justice.

The Commissioner expressed satisfaction with the rescue operations and commended the cooperation and collaboration among security agencies, local vigilantes, and hunters in the state.

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He also thanked the Kogi State Government and the university community for their support.

In his appreciation, Aya thanked the Inspector-General of Police for deploying the air component and expressed gratitude to security personnel, vigilantes, hunters, and the people of Kogi State for their patriotism and support.

He urged continued cooperation to ensure the security of citizens in the state.

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