Parents of the 39 kidnapped students of the Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka, Kaduna, disobey military officials as they carry on protesting, demanding the release of their children.
The parents, who had protested last Thursday, declared that they will not leave today until the government guarantees the release of their children.
The protest occurred at the school premises situated along Airport road in Kaduna.
A banner was carried by the protesters with photographs of all the kidnapped students and also placards requesting the release of the students.
The protesters bemoaned that since the kidnapping, they had not heard any information from the authorities and the school management about efforts being made to release their children.
The students were abducted last Thursday. It has been the fourth school kidnapping in northern Nigeria since December.
The abductors are currently demanding N500 million ransom.
Watch the video below:
Parents of the 39 students abducted at the College of Forestry and Mechanization Afaka, Kaduna state, continue protest demanding the release of their children. Insists they will not leave the college until the government ensures their release pic.twitter.com/rRB8OAnws1
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