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Latest stories: Good Shepherd Major Seminary

Michael Nnadi, seminarian killed at the end of January after he had been abducted alongside three others on January 8, 2020. His alleged abductors and killers have been arrested. / Good Shepherd Major Seminary, Kaduna, Nigeria

Kidnappers, Killers of 18-year-old Nigerian Seminarian Apprehended

Those who allegedly abducted and eventually killed the 18-year-old Nigerian Seminarian, Michael Nnadi are in the hands of police officers in Nigeria, a Church official has confirmed.

Michael Nnadi, seminarian killed after having been abducted alongside three others on January 8, 2020 / Good Shepherd Major Seminary

Missing Nigerian Seminarian, Michael Nnadi Found “murdered by the bandits”

A day after the news of the release of two more seminarians who had been abducted January 8 alongside two others, a Nigerian Bishop has, “with a very heavy heart”, announced that the missing seminarian, a native of his diocese, had been murdered.

Four first-year philosophy seminarians abducted from the Good Shepherd Major Seminary in Nigeria's Kaduna State on the night of January 8, 2020. One of them is receiving medication at a Catholic hospital in Kaduna Archdiocese. / Good Shepherd Major Seminary, Kaduna, Nigeria

One of Four Nigerian Seminarians Freed, Receiving Medication at Catholic Hospital

One of the four Nigerian first-year philosophy seminarians abducted January 8 from the Kaduna-based Good Shepherd Major Seminary was freed Saturday, January 18, having been dumped by the kidnappers along Nigeria’s Kaduna-Abuja highway. He was rescued by some Good Samaritans and he is receiving medication at a Catholic health facility, multiple sources have told ACI Africa.

The four first-year philosophy seminarians who were abducted from the Good Shepherd Major Seminary in Nigeria's Kaduna State on the night of January 8, 2020 / Good Shepherd Major Seminary, Kaduna, Nigeria

“We pray for the speedy release of our Seminarians”: Bishops in Nigeria

Days after the abduction of four Nigerian Major Seminarians by men “wearing military uniform”, the Catholic Bishops of the West African nation, the most populous in Africa, are counting on the security agencies in their country to make real their assurance of securing the release of the seminarians and called for prayers for the seminarians’ “speedy release”.