Father Of Kaduna College Abducted Female
Student Dies From Heart Attack
Ibrahim Shamaki, the father of one of the 39 abducted students of Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation in the Afaka area, Kaduna, is dead.
Ibrahim was the father of Fatima Shamaki, one of the girls with hijab seen in the video that was released by bandits who invaded the college.
According to family sources, late Shamaki died of a heart attack after he fell ill shortly after the news of his daughter’s abduction was broken to him.
He was said to have later died on Friday evening while his relatives were about to take him to a hospital for further medical treatment.
The news of Ibrahim’s death broke hours after the state government met with representatives of the grieving parents of the missing students at the Government House in the state capital.
This comes as Fatima Shamaki and the other abducted students prepare to spend their 15th night in the captivity of the bandits.
It would be recalled that on March 12, a group of armed men attacked the school after the attacks by bandits on schools in Katsina, Niger, and Zamfara States.
But the military said it promptly responded to the attack as troops of Quick Response Force of 1 Division of the Nigerian Army mobilised to prevent the bandits from kidnapping the staff and students of the school.
As soon as the security operatives arrived in the school, they were said to have engaged the assailants in a gunfight.
This according to the military, led to the rescue of 180 people, comprising 132 male students, 40 female students, and eight civilian staff.