The abductors of Greenfield University students have reached out to their parents to make fresh demands.
The bandits had earlier requested a ransom of N800 million which the parents could not afford.
The bandits, however, killed five of the students within the first week of their abduction after their parents failed to pay N800 million.
The leader of the groups, Sani Idris Jalingo, also known as Baleri had last week Monday demanded N100 million and 10 motorcycles, threatening to kill the remaining students the following day if their parents or government failed to meet his demands.
Although the deadline issued by Baleri has ended, Daily Trust noted that the bandits contacted the parents individually on Monday and demanded that they each pay N10million.
“They called us today (Monday) and told me that if I pay N10 million today, my sister will be released today,” said a family member of one of the victims.
It was also reported that one of the parents negotiated and paid N20 million for her son to regain freedom after the bandits threatened to kill the students.
Sources disclosed that the mother had resisted any attempts by security agents to debrief her son after he was released by the bandits.