Shooters suspected to be bandits have raged Federal Government College, Birnin-Yauri in Kebbi State and kidnapped an undefined number of understudies and staff.
The police in Kebbi affirmed the assault to newsmen.
The snatching is the most recent in a progression of school kidnappings that have shaken the country as of late.
In late May, around 200 understudies of an Islamiyya school in Niger state were snatched by shooters.
The abductors generally request a payment before understudies are delivered.
The public authority has likewise more than once vowed to end the snatching of understudies the nation over.
The school kidnappings have endured as the nation keeps on doing combating a few security challenges, including yet not restricted to a rebellion in the North-East, banditry in the North-West, secessionist tumults in the South-East and Fulani-Herdsmen emergencies across the Middle-Belt and a few South-West states.