“We thank God for helping us to secure their release. We went through one week of consultations and sleepless nights to secure their release,” he said.
He said that before they would rejoin their various families, the state government must ensure that they undergo a thorough medical checkup.
The released passengers were 20 women, nine children and 24 men.
NAN observed that the victims were all looking tired and hungry, as some of them could barely walk.
However, the governor said that the abducted 27 students of Government Science College, Kagara, were still in the hands of their captors, adding that effort was being intensified for their safe return.
He assured the residents of the state that very soon the government would secure their release. (NAN)