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Abducted Enugu law students regain freedom after 8 days

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The abducted students of Nigerian Law School in Agbani, Enugu State Campus, have regained their freedom.

The students – Chukwuemeka and Festus Pedro – were abducted inside the Eke market in Agbani, Nkanu West Local Government of the state last Wednesday.

The kidnappers later demanded a N50 million ransom to release the victims.

The duo were released by their abductors on Wednesday afternoon.

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However, it is still unclear if any ransom was paid to secure the students’ release.

One of the students told journalists the victims returned to the campus on Thursday evening.

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