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The University of Calabar has confirmed the release of three students who were abducted approximately three weeks ago.

Effiong Eyo, the Public Relations Officer of the institution, disclosed in a statement that the students were freed unharmed and have been reunited with their families.


Prof. Florence Obi, the Vice-Chancellor, expressed gratitude to the state’s security agencies for their collaborative efforts, which ultimately led to the students’ release.

She also acknowledged the parents’ unwavering support and collaboration with the university management throughout the ordeal.

In light of this incident, the Vice-Chancellor advised students to exercise caution and vigilance regarding their movements.

She urged them to promptly report any suspicious activities to the school’s security personnel for immediate action.

The abduction occurred when criminals raided the students’ hostels three weeks ago.

The students who were kidnapped include Ojang Precious Ebejin, a 200-level student of Medicine and Surgery; Ugwu Chukwuemeka, a 300-level student of Genetics and Biotechnology; and Damilola Dickson, a final-year student in the same department.

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