Gunmen Invade Secondary School In Epe, Kidnap Six Students

Reports reaching EYES OF LAGOS have it that suspected gunmen invaded Igbo Nla Model College, a secondary school in the Epe axis of Lagos State today, May 25 2017, abducting six students from the school.
The gunmen reportedly gained entry into the school through a broken fence before going on rampage in the school premises.
It was learnt that the kidnappers attempted to abduct more students in the school but were prevented by the security operatives around the school.
Meanwhile, the member representing Epe Constituency in the Federal House of Assembly, Hon. Wale Raji, has reported the case to the House of Representatives, InsideMainland gathered.
It was learnt that Hon. Raji implored the House to make necessary moves to secure the safe release of the captives.
However, this is not the first case of abduction in Igbo Nla Model College. You will recall that in October 2016, gunmen stormed the school abducting two teachers and four students of the college.
The captives were however rescued afterwards by security operatives of attached to the Lagos State Government.

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