About a hundred and fifty students studying in an Islamic Nigerian School got kidnapped by an armed group in the north-central state of Niger on 30th of May, Sunday.
Abubakar Tegina, School’s owner, speaking to Reuters said he witnessed the attack and approximated almost 150 students had been abducted by the group of heavily armed attackers, who reportedly arrived on motorcycles before entering the school. 
Another spokesman for Niger’s state police testified seeing the Gunmen attacking the town of Niger at around 3 pm on Sunday.
As per the state governor’s spokeswoman, the incident also caused two casualties, one being death of a person who was shot dead by the gunmen and another person sustaining a heavy injury.
The abductors even released 11 children who were too small to walk. 
A similar incident had taken place just recently where about 300 girls were abducted in a similar fashion from a school. 
The Sundays kidnapping occurred just after a day of releasing 14 remaining students of a group abducted the precious month from a university lying in the neighboring state of Kaduna.