Rep. Bass to Nigerian Government: Investigate Abduction of 300 Students

abduction of over 300 students in northern Nigeria--which report
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California Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA), Chair of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, issued the following statement regarding the abduction of over 300 students in northern Nigeria--which reports saying Boko Haram has taken responsibility for.

“I am deeply concerned about the recent abduction of more than 300 students in Katsina State in northern Nigeria. I urge the Government of Nigeria to investigate this matter, bring these attackers to justice, and for the attackers to release the boys and return them safely to their families.”

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