Terrorists release new video of Kaduna-Abuja train attack victims

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A new video of Kaduna-Abuja train attack victims in an unidentified location suspected to be a forest, has been released by their attackers.

 

Recall that the terrorists had attacked a Kaduna-Abuja train on March 28, killing eight people.

 

In the video released on Sunday April 11, the masked terrorists wore military uniforms and stood behind the abductees.

 

Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria’s Bank of Agriculture, Alwan Ali-Hassan, who was recently released was flanked by other abductees in the new video.

 

Some of the captives were seen calling on the government to come to their rescue. One of the victims revealed she’s a student of Kaduna State University.

 

Another man in the video said he was on his way to Kaduna for eye treatment when he was abducted.

 

This is coming after the Nigerian Railway Corporation said the whereabouts of 168 passengers onboard the train are still unknown.

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