Three of the unspecified number of students kidnapped from Greenfield University have been confirmed dead after their remains were found in a nearby village close to the University.
Two of the three students have been identified, Sadiq Yusuf Mauzu Sanga and Dorathy Tirnom Yohanna.
Their carcasses were found in Kwanar Bature village on Friday evening.
Reactions have continued to trail their deaths on social media since Friday.
The experiences of the Greenfield University Students should not be visited on anyone. Neither should families be put through such sorrow.
The sad part is, though 3 are now dead, there are others still with the kidnappers. Some families are in pain right now.
— Adedunmade (@adedunmade) April 24, 2021
How did we get here with this ritualist government called FG? How can it be explained that "bandicts" kidnapped 3 Greenfield university students in Kaduna, shot and mudered them in cold blood? Is it too hard for this Government to come out and profess that they have failed?
— Okeh Kalu (@OkehKalu1) April 24, 2021
I’m sick to my stomach. This Greenfield University story is truly wicked. Sadly, that’s one of the many stories coming out of Nigeria. Nigerian government, the whole world is watching you. My thoughts are with the parents of the kidnapped students. 🙏🏾
— Sheisbev (@typicalbev) April 24, 2021
May the souls of the abducted Greenfield University students rest in peace.
— Dat Event Guy™ 🥇 (@amkingdarey) April 24, 2021
With the recent Greenfield university news, I'm forced to ask what is the reason, meaning and importance of operation crocodile tears or what was it called that was launched in the east few years ago
— Oga-NEPA (@AsiwajuAdesina) April 24, 2021