Kidnapped schoolchildren of Apostolic Faith Group of Schools, Emure-Ekiti, Ekiti State, and their teachers, were in the early hours of Sunday released by their abductors.
It was learnt that the kidnap victims regained their freedom around 2.00 a.m on Sunday.
The children and their teachers were kidnapped about seven days ago.
In a short video clip, the freed pupils and their teachers sat on the floor, looking tired as a mother lamented the condition of her child in the background.
The abductors had demanded N100 million for the release of the victims, but it was not immediately clear if a ransom was eventually paid or not.
A school bus conveying pupils and some staff members of the school to their respective houses was ambused by gunmen on Monday evening.
About 10 occupants of the bus — five schoolchildren, three teachers and the driver — were abducted and whisked away.
There were rumours on Saturday that the victims had been released. But the police debunked this.