- Terrorists who attacked a train from Abuja to Kaduna in March have finally released another group of their victims
- According to media sources, it was them Kidnapper agreed to release about 11 kidnapped people on Saturday June 11
- News of the victims’ release was confirmed by Sheikh Ahmad Gumi’s media adviser Malam Tukur, the editor of Desert Herald
About 11 families whose loved ones were passengers on the Abuja-Kaduna train that was attacked by terrorists in March rejoice they were released from captivity by their captors.
The good news was released by Sheikh Ahmad Gumi’s media adviser, Malam Tukur Mamu, reports Vanguard.
The newspaper claimed that the feat was achieved after serious efforts by the federal government Arrive.
Mamu also stated that after their release, President Ident Muhammadu Buhari has ordered them to be flown to Abuja for immediate medical treatment, after which they will be reunited with their families
The minister’s media advisor added that some generals in the Nigerian army were very instrumental in the release of the prisoners.
Mamu, who happens to be the editor of Desert Herald, was quoted by the Daily Trust as saying:
“Initially it was expected that all abducted women would be released in the first batch while the negotiations were in progress Continued talks about the release of the remaining victims, but the kidnappers had reduced the number of women they had initially agreed to release because the Nigerian government had demanded that those with life-threatening injuries be killed involving genes.”
Only negotiations will secure the release of the Abuja-Kaduna train hijackers, released pregnant victim
Meanwhile, Thamina Mahmood, the one out of dozens were people kidnapped by Boko Haram militants who attacked the Abuja-Kaduna railway about two months ago had found out about the sad event.
The Woman who appeared in black Muslim clothing and put on a face mask stated that the terrorists released her because of her condition.
In an interview with journalists, she revealed that only negotiation would ensure the safe release of other victims from the kidnapper’s lair.