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AANI celebrates safe return of Kuriga school children, urges enhanced school security

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AANI celebrates safe return of Kuriga school children, urges enhanced school security

The alumni association of the National Institute (AANI) rejoices over the successful rescue of the Kuriga school children from bandits, extending heartfelt gratitude to all involved in the operation.

The safe return of the children is credited to the decisive leadership of President Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, GCFR, and the unwavering commitment of Kaduna State Governor, Senator Uba Sani, among others.

This commendable achievement highlights the effectiveness of proactive governance in ensuring citizens’ safety and security.

AANI, in a statement by Ambassador Emmanuel Obi Okafor, mni, AANI national president, emphasizes the need for increased vigilance and urges the government to implement robust measures, including the Safe School Initiative, to fortify schools and communities against banditry and kidnapping.

In addition to celebrating the safe return, AANI calls upon the government to expedite efforts to secure the release of all individuals held captive by terrorists and bandits since 2014.

The association applauds the bravery of everyone involved in the rescue operation and stresses the importance of prioritizing the well-being and recovery of the schoolchildren and their families.

AANI reaffirms its commitment to collaborating with relevant stakeholders to build a safer, more secure Nigeria and develop effective strategies to protect future generations from insecurity.

The association underscores the necessity for vulnerability assessments of schools, particularly in remote areas, to preempt similar incidents in the future.

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