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  • Abdullahi escaped Friday's mass kidnapping by jumping out of a window.

  • E was afraid, terribly afraid.

  • But what frightened me the most was that my brother would be in danger.

  • When I looked for him, I couldn't see him.

  • But in the chaos he lost his twin brother, Mustafa, one of 333 boys, the state governor says, are still unaccounted for.

  • Some of them, like Abdullah, he managed to run away, but many are believed to have been taking by armed men for ransom.

  • Three days later, the campus is eerily quiet, littered with the reminders of a childhood shuttered just days ago.

  • This dormitory still has all of the belongings off some of the young boys who were taken here on Friday nights.

  • They were whisked away hastily, barely had the time to take anything with them, and they've left their parents off more questions than answers.

  • It's unclear when they will be reunited.

  • Rukia Bellows, 14 year old son Omar has asthma was ill in the days before the kidnapping.

  • Frankly, I can't sleep whenever I think I'm going to sleep.

  • I think about whether he's able to sleep and it keeps me awake, even food.

  • I can't eat every day.

  • I'm worrying how it is.

  • My biggest wish is that he comes back home.

  • Kidnapping for ransom has been on the rise in Nigeria with the abductions are not usually on this scale.

  • And with hundreds of Children still missing, comparisons are being drawn with the kidnapping of the Chibok girls in 2014, dozens of whom are still missing.

  • These parents are hoping that this is not their Children's feet.

  • My knee Jones, BBC News conqueror, Household Africa.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/15
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