PTA Condemns Kidnap Of Kaduna Students, Calls For Immediate Release

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Parents and Teachers Association of Nigeria (PTAN) has condemned the recent kidnap of Secondary School Students in Awon community of Kachia Local Government Area  (LGA) of Kaduna State.
The national President , PTAN, Alhaji Haruna Danjuma during an interview with Journalists on Thursday called on the State government to ensure immediate release of the students.
Danjuma  advised government at all levels to secure all the primary and secondary schools across the country against the activities of terrorist  banditry and kidnapping for ransom that is affecting the education of the children, he said.
He further appealed to  security experts to always support government with advices on ways to protect schools and boost quality education to move the country ahead.
He expressed worries over the harmful effect of banditry, kidnapping for ransom that is affecting tertiary institution, primary and secondary schools in northern part of Nigerian, maintaining that there is the need for all stakeholders to join hands in proffering solutions to curb the menace.
The President however,  called on States and federal government to equip all schools with digital learning skills.
The Association therefore reminded President Muhammadu Buhari of the  remaining students of Yawuri Kebbi, the Chibok girls of Borno and Kaduna student who are still in the hands of bandits and call for their immediate release to enable them meet their family.
 “We commend the effort  of our gallant nigeria security forces towards their marvelous contributions restoring peace in North east and north western Nigeria”.
“We equally commend the effort of ministry of education towards boosting the quality standards of education in the country at large”.

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