- A Nigeria-based publisher has confirmed that one of the passengers on the Abuja-Kaduna train that was attacked by terrorists was shot dead
- Tukur Mamu said the victim who was shot dead while being held in the terrorist den is in critical condition.
- According to Mamu, the Nigerian government is taking action to ensure the release of these Securing people in captivity
A passenger who was on the Abuja-Kaduna bound train that departed on Monday, March 28, attacked by some terrorists was shot dead.
Daily Trust reports that the passenger identified as Mohammed Al’amin who was shot dead by the terrorists while in captivity is currently in a is in critical condition.
A Nigerian-based publisher, Tukur Mamu, affiliated with the Te rrorists who negotiated the release of the prisoners confirmed the incident.
Mamu also supported the incident Release of 11 o For the 68 passengers who since March 28 from the terrorists were held captive.
Regarding the incident, Mamu said:
“I can confirm that the said passenger was shot and the information is credible. They might also intend to send a message.
“Killing their victims is something we know they can do. They have previously threatened to do so.”
The Nigerian government must take full responsibility
More on the matter, Mamu warned that the government, particularly at the federal level, must take full responsibility if it does not take timely action.
“I know what is at stake in this crisis and that is why I keep emphasizing that President Buhari must be willing to make painful compromises if he is really committed to this to keep innocent victims alive.”
“With what we have achieved, the windows and opportunities we have opened that did not exist before, the government has the power to do so within three to finish within four days.
“I assure you you can do it with their support and cooperation, and if it didn’t happen, as long as the government does what is necessary l agree and accept to take full responsibility. Emergencies like this do not require unnecessary bureaucracy.”
Abuja Kaduna access reef: hijackers have refused to speak to us, relatives of kidnapped passengers complain
More details emerged from some relatives of the abductees during the attack on the Abuja-Kaduna train.
The relatives said that the terrorists are holding their loved ones. The prisoners refused to to do business with them.
According to the families of the kidnapped victims, the Nigerian government has shown no concern for their plight.
< p class="align-left" >The family members confirmed that the terrorists made it clear that they would deal only with the federal government.
Kaduna Access Reef: Expatriates spotted as terrorists release another video of kidnapping victims
The ones used to attack the Abuja-Kadu train na terrorists responsible had released another Vi deo of abducted victims.
In the 2 minute and 30 second video, the abductees were seen begging the federal government to help them to come.
As a reason for releasing the new video, the terrorists explained that they had sent messages to the Nigerian authorities.