- A passenger from the Abuja-Kaduna-bound train attacked by terrorists on Monday, March 28, has delivered a baby
- Legit.ng gathered that there were two pregnant women on board the ill-fated train which led to the killing of nine persons including a medical doctor
- Sources said the woman was eight weeks pregnant when the train attack incident took place and was abducted during the trip
One of the two pregnant women who were among the abducted victims of the ill-fated Abuja-Kaduna train that was attacked by bandits on Monday, March 28, has delivered a baby.
Arise TV reports that a family source confirmed that one of the women had given birth with the help of doctors who were invited by the terrorists.
According to the source, it is obvious that the terrorists are well organised and coordinated because that is what can explain how they were able to take medical suppliers into the forest.
The source also said that the recent development has been shocking to both the government and the security operatives.
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She gave birth over the weekend, a source privy to the development said.
The woman who was reportedly eight months pregnant at the time of the attack, gave birth safely after the terrorists were said to have invited the medical personnel to attend to her.
The state of health of the baby is however unknown.
Some photographs also released by the terrorist group showed all the 62 kidnapped victims in captivity.
The photos of the victims were taken in four different groups with the first showing 23 people including five children and 18 women.
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Dr Chinelo Megafu was buried amid tears and sorrow with many several of her family members and friends in attendance.
The dental surgeon who tweeted about the incident was shot during the attack on the Kaduna-bound train.
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This information was disclosed by the chairman of a group of relatives of victims of the ill-fated train Jimoh Fatai.
Fatai said they are hopeful that their loved ones would be released and return home to their families in due time.