Abducted University of Abuja staff regain their freedom

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Two professors, a non-academic staff, and three others who were abducted from the University of Abuja staff quarters on Tuesday, November 2, have regained their freedom.

The cheering news was shared by the institution’s vice-chancellor, Abdul Rasheed Na’Allah, on its official Facebook page this morning. He wrote;

”My dear University Community,

Our prayers have been accepted. Please join me in thanking God Almighty. I will provide you more details later, just to let you know that our UofA family is a happier family today with the resolution of this calous and wicked kidnap of our people. As I write, we are on the road to fetch them and get them immediate medical attention to ensure they are sound and strong?

Our brilliant and indefatigable Safety Unit and security outfit must be commended. They are deserving of superior award? We are grateful to the team along with the military, the police, the DSS and all who laboured to make this happen. Our traditional rulers in FCT stood by us and prayed for us and we are grateful to all of them. Allah ya ja zamani? Nigeria is forward forever?The UofA of Nigeria cannot be stopped. World Class Standards, Integrity, National Unity?This is the model University?

God is merciful?