At a cemetery in Bole, a student manages to escape from suspected kidnappers.



A kidnapping attempt was avoided by a 20-year-old student of the National Vocational Training Institute (NVTI) in Bole in the Savannah Region.

He claimed that the suspects abducted him from the grounds of his school on Sunday night during dinner.

The victim described his incident in an interview with Rebecca Nantomah of Adom News, claiming that the suspects struck him on the neck and knocked him out.

When he awoke, the two men were waiting for him at the Bole royal cemetery and demanded a phone number so they could demand a money.But when he informed his classmates of the occurrence, one of the suspects got suspicious that the victim might have been calling for assistance and went to see who it might be.
This gave him the chance to flee for his life, and he engaged the second suspect in combat, which he was able to win, allowing him to escape and return to his school.

Speaking on the incident, Alhassan Salifu, the principal of Bole NVTI, claimed that pupils now live in fear and occasionally leave the school's grounds in search of water.

As a result, he has requested that the government increase security and patrols of the school's perimeter.

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