- The terrorists responsible for the attack on the Abuja-Kaduna train have released another video of abducted victims
- In the two minute-30 seconds video, the abductees were seen begging the federal government to come to their aid
- Speaking on why they released the new video, the terrorists explained that they had sent messages to the Nigerian authorities
Two weeks after the attack on the Abuja-Kaduna bound train, some of the abductees pleaded with the federal government to come to their aid.
Vanguard reported that the victims made the appeal in a fresh video released by the terrorists who attacked the train.
In the video, four ladies and four male victims were shown pleading with the government, friends, and relatives to come to their aid.
The video clip which went viral on Monday, April 11, is the second after the sad incident took place.
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Many terrorists were also seen in the background wielding arms in an apparent move to prevent any abductee from running away.
A man believed to be Asian was seen standing at some point in front of the camera, but later moved towards some of the victims who lay on the floor, Daily Trust added.
Other foreigners possibly of Indian or West Indies origin appeared in the video. A cross-section of the abductees was seen on the ground, some lying down, while others were sitting, looking tired, dejected, and worried.
The terrorists explained that they released the new video after sending messages to the Nigerian authorities.
The federal government is yet to release a statement concerning the new video.
Abuja-Kaduna train: After Dr Chinelo, police officer who was a victim dies
In a previous report by Legit.ng, one of the victims of the attacked Abuja-Kaduna train, Sergeant Muhammad Haruna Funtua, had been confirmed dead after battling multiple injuries.
Funtua, according to the report, was shot in the head and chest during the deadly attack by terrorists who are yet to be identified and arrested by security agencies.
A source disclosed that the victim died on Tuesday, April 5, in Funtua town, Katsina state where he was receiving treatment.