An unknown armed group has reportedly invaded a junior secondary school in Yebu, Kwali Council of Abuja and abducted its Vice-principal, Mohammed Nuhu.
The armed men abducted Nuhu after they had successfully invaded the staff quarters of the school.
Reports of the incident which took place four days ago, only got to the media on Wednesday.
The assailants were said to have gained entry into the premises using sophisticated weapons. They reportedly attacked the security personnel manning the gate, reports Daily Trust.
Stephen Knabayi, the chairman of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) wing of the Nigeria Union Teachers (NUT) also confirmed the abduction.
The report came 24 hours after gunmen abducted three senior members of the University of Abuja staff and three of their family members from the university’s staff quarters in Giri.