The Nigerian Federal Capital Territory in Abuja is currently witnessing a protest by aggrieved people
Those protesting in Abuja are family members of passengers kidnapped from the bombed Abuja-Kaduna
The protest was a result of the threat by the terrorists to start killing those in captivity if their demands are not met
In what can be described as heart wrenching, The families of passengers kidnapped from the bombed Abuja-Kaduna trooped out to protest in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.
The protest was a result of the threat by the terrorists to start killing those in captivity if their demands are not met, Vanguard Newspaper reports.
Recall that the terrorists attacked the train on March 28, leading to the death of about eight people, 26 persons injured and several persons were abducted.
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- Tears, pain as Kaduna train victim Chinelo Megafu is buried
A young victim of the Abuja-Kaduna train attacked by suspected terrorists had been buried in Lagos state.
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.
1 of 2 pregnant women abducted from Kaduna-Bound train gives birth in captivity
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.
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.
To facilitate release of abducted Abuja-Kaduna train passengers, FG makes 1 important move, relatives react
The federal government said it had opened a communication channel with the abductors of passengers on the Monday, March 28, Kaduna-bound train.
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.