Abuja-Kaduna Train Attackers Release Another Video Which Showed Some Captives Passengers

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The bandits who attacked the train as it traveled from Abuja-Kaduna two weeks ago released an old video showing some people who were kidnapped, in a bush.

The video was widely circulated on social media over the weekend.

In the clip, Four women are seen standing and some people lying on the ground on their backs. And a man was later seen.

The video was edited.

Some Nigerians were killed in the gunmen attack on the Abuja-Kaduna train.

Eight people died in the Abuja-Kaduna train attack.

The nighttime attack on March 28, 2022, left some people dead and injured, while gunmen kidnapped many and took them to the bush, including the Managing Director of Nigeria Agriculture Bank, who was later released because of his age and Ramadan.

A young student of Kaduna State University was the first to talk in the video, and she begged for her aid.

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“I am a student of Kaduna State University and I study agriculture. We beg your government to please come to our aid.”

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She also stated that the government should listen to the demands of their captors in order for them to be freed

They also made four males stand up and speak, including a man who appeares to be a foreign national, but not much was clear as the video quality was really low

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The man who later spoke in the video talked about how many of the kidnapped people are sick and require medical attention, pleading with the government to listen to the gunmen for their sake.

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“Among us are small children, old people, and many who are sick and in need of treatment, and we implore the government to listen to them.” He sid

According to the Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC), there were not enough accounts for 168 passengers after the Abuja-kaduna train attack.

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