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Boko Haram leader claims Nigerian school kidnapping

By France24
16 December 2020   |   9:42 am
A total of 333 students from the Government Science Secondary School remain missing after the Friday night attack by gunmen on the boys' school. In an audio message, a man identifying himself as Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau claimed that the group is "behind what happened in Katsina," local media reported.

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