Tuesday May 3rd, 2022
Federal Government of Nigeria is currently considering the demands of the terrorists who attacked the Abuja-Kaduna train and abducted 68 passengers.
The bandits have demanded the release of some of its arrested commanders and in exchange for those abducted.
About eight people were killed and 26 others injured when the gunmen bombed the rail track and fired gunshots at the train which was heading for Kaduna.
Before this, a video showing the victims being guarded by masked gunmen in a forest was also released.
In the two minutes, 14 seconds video clip, the victims took turns to introduce themselves and urged the government to reach out to the bandits.
Security sources said the terrorists were insisting on the release of their members as well as huge cash in exchange for the kidnap victims who include children, women, and some men, some of whom were injured during the train attack.
But the source could not confirm whether a deal has been reached with the gang members but it was learnt that they may release selected victims as a show of good faith after sealing a deal with government representatives.