Train attack: You can either listen to the victims or abandon them, terrorist tells FG
One of the terrorists who captured passengers from the train that was attacked in Kaduna on March 28 said the federal government had the option of listening to the victims or abandoning them.
The masked terrorist spoke in a new video where eight of the victims – three women and five men – called on the federal government for help.
The man who spoke in English said, “We are the people who took these people from the Abuja-Kaduna train, so they appeal to us saying they wanted to talk to the federal government and we gave them the chance to talk. . It’s up to you to listen to them or abandon them.
One victim, who identified herself as Mariam Abubakar, said her children fell ill in captivity.
“I was among those captured on that train with four of my children and my husband. We ask the federal government, our families and all those who can to come to our aid. We have been here for 62 days and unimaginable unfavorable living conditions.
“We were sick. In fact, one of my sons, two of them are even sick right now without medical supplies. So we implore you to come to our aid,” she said.
Relatives of the victims have made repeated calls for their release, with the federal government assuring that measures are being taken to rescue the passengers.