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Lagos High School kidnapping :Two rescued.

Nigeria. 
News from Nigeria.  

Police in Nigeria’s largest city Lagos have intensified
 search for kidnapped students and teachers of a high
 school after two students were rescued on Thursday.
The kidnappers reported to be six in number stormed the
 school premises on Thursday morning and fired shots in the
 air before abducting four students, a teacher and the principal
 of the school.

“I am just learning that a group of kidnappers
 struck today in my constituency where they 
kidnapped students and principals,” Raji said.
The police spokesperson in Lagos state, 
Bisi Kolawole, told newsmen two of the students
 have been rescued, leaving two more students, 
a teacher and the school principal.
“We’re still on their trail to rescue the others who
 include the principal, a teacher and two
 students,” Ms Kolawole, an assistant
 commissioner of police, said.
Nigeria’s House of Representatives led by the representative
 of the state, Wale Raji, urged the police to be swift in the search
 and rescue of the students and teachers.
The identity and motive of the kidnappers is unknown.

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