By Concise News Correspondents
The kidnappers of students and staff of the Tulip International School are reported to have demanded 1.2 billion naira ransom for the release of the abductees.
It was gathered that the abductors called a family member of one of the victims on Sunday to make known their demand.
The abductees, three students and five members of staff, were kidnapped by gunmen on Friday night from the school premises in Isheri area of Ogun State, Nigeria’s southwest.
The incident was said to have occurred on the 9th anniversary of the school.
Concise News further gathered from a police source that the gunmen invaded the school Friday night in a white Hillux and took the students and teachers away.
It also gathered that the gunmen gained entrance through the rear fence of the school premises and took off through the swamp.
The students, two from the Junior Secondary School and the third in Senior Secondary, were reported to have been part of a moral instruction class when they were kidnapped.