The Command, which paraded some suspects on Thursday, said this through its spokesman, Mohammed Jalige.
The President, who reacted to Tuesday’s attack on the NDA’s permanent facility in Afaka, Kaduna State during which some personnel serving within the institution were killed, however, vowed that the victims of the attack would not die in vain.
El-Rufai added that Kaduna is currently at war and such would only be considered as collateral damage, a price he would be willing to pay instead of paying ransom.
The students, who were abducted on March 11, were freed on Wednesday after spending 55 days in captivity.
The President in a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, in Abuja late on Wednesday, congratulated the friends and families of the students over their release.
He stated this on his verified Twitter handle shortly after the cheering news broke.
The Governor spoke in a statement by the Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, on Friday.
The Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, announced this in a news conference on Friday in Kaduna.
Friday, who is a representative of the parents, said this on Thursday in an interview with Channels Television.
The president gave the warning in a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, in Abuja on Saturday.
The Director, Army Public Relations, Brigadier General Mohammed Yerima, in a statement on Friday said the troops quickly mobilised to protect the school from the bandits following a tip off on the planned abduction.
Samuel Aruwan, the Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, confirmed the rescue in a statement on Friday.
The Minister stated this while inaugurating some projects at the Nigeria Defence Academy’s new site at Afaka in Kaduna on Friday.