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37 days in captivity: Why we’re yet to release Lagos pupils –Militants


37-days after the abduction of the Lagos State Model College, Igbonla, Epe, militants who carried out this evil act, have given reasons why they are yet to release the students despite collecting N30million ransom in two installments from some parents.

Through a chat with one of the sources close to the kidnappers, Saturday Sun gathered that the rumored plans to invade the creeks by security operatives as soon as the students are released created apprehension in the militants camp.

“From our own information network, we learnt the military and other security agencies are planning to bombard the creeks through air and land attacks and we are no fools to just release the students without proper planning for our own escape and safety. For now, the students will serve as our shield”, the source who spoke from the militants camp revealed.
He further stated that if this plan isn't dropped the militants might relocate their captives to the more dangerous camps in Delta creeks.

“The tension is mounting as America has succeeded in convincing everyone that he is going to be a strong commander. Many militants who are opposing his authority especially from Agbala camp are showing allegiance to America. (Agbala is an ex-militant who has since accepted amnesty and is allegedly working for Government) Agbala and some others in Ondo are working with government and they assured them that they will see to the safe return of the children. Since they have not kept to their promise, everyone is frustrated. America has officially taken control of the creeks,’ the source added.

On the possible new location where the children will be taken to,
 “They are still awaiting the arrival of a strong boat and well armed men who will escort them. There are still creeks that are safe in the Niger Delta region where they intend to move the students. They are likely to be released over there,” the source stated.
One of the parents of the pupils kidnapped said:
 “We are gradually losing hope in this country. If they picked up a local government chairman’s child, I am sure that the current government will do the needful to hasten their release. They have stopped calling us despite their promise to release the children. We are begging them (militants) to have mercy on us and release our boys to us.”
Police spokesman, ASP Olarinde Famous-Cole also spoke on the issue when contacted saying:
“the command is working hard on all clues that will lead to the rescue of the children.” Another senior police officer in the command who spoke on condition of anonymity said everyone is simply praying for the safe return of the students. “Our concern is the safe return of these students. No one is combing anywhere anymore because it is risky and could jeopardise the life of those boys.

“We will wait for them outside because they are not going to remain in the creeks forever. If the likes of Ossy, TK, Kelly and Millions are no more, their current commander popularly called ‘America’ will surely fall one day.

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