This brings to 10, the entire number of scholars that are released while those still in captivity are 29.
Daily Trust gathered that the scholars who just regained freedom are currently on their thanks to the hospital.
Reliable sources told Daily Trust that four male and a female students were picked up by policemen around the Giwa Government Area of Kaduna State.
One of the sources, a security agent, told our correspondent that plans are being made for the scholars to be moved to a police facility for treatment.
Five students, who were released by bandits on Monday, were later picked up by the Nigerian Army and conveyed to a military hospital for health evaluation.
One of the sooner released students, Francis Paul, had narrated how the bandits selected five of them and asked them to mount motorbikes after which they were dropped off on a highway.
Daily Trust had reported that following continuous negotiations between the bandits and fogeys of the scholars, the bandits hinted that the scholars would be released in batches.
This is the second batch of releases; the primary batch comprises Mary Danladi, Abubakar Yakubu, Francis Paul, Obadiya Habakkuk and Amina Yusuf who were reunited with their family on Wednesday.
When contacted for extra information, Police PR Officer, ASP Mohammed Jalige, didn’t answer several calls.
Source:- Daily Trust