Bandits Release Fresh Pictures Of Abuja - Kaduna Train Attack Victims - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Bandits Release Fresh Pictures Of Abuja - Kaduna Train Attack Victims

•The abductees

• The abductees

| The Daily Crucible | Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Bandits have released fresh pictures showing victims of Abuja - Kaduna train terror attack on passengers March 28.

One the picture revealed men, with half of them standing and the other half seated while the other showed women and children seated.

The Daily Crucible reports that on March 28, terrorists attacked the Kaduna-bound train, killing eight passengers, injuring 41 and kidnapping scores of others.

Later, the terrorists threatened to kill the abductees if government fails to provide what they want and a video of the victims surfaced online afterwards.

The terror attack on the train left some of the passengers dead, others injured even as the attackers abducted a number of the stranded passengers as revealed in the pictures above.

Some of the victims were at the time, hospitalised at the 44 Army Reference Hospital and their names include; Haruna Muhammed, Mohammed Modibo, Ibrahim Wakala; Abdulahi Yahaya, Ismail Saidu, Abdumalik Rasheedat, Musa Ishawan.

Others are Hadiza Umar, Aisha Yusuf, Mohammed Ameen, Abubakar Hauwau, Aliyu Sulaiman, Olaosebikan Bilikisu,Yakubu Nuhu, Mrs Leola Abdulbasit and Umar Mohammed.

A former Deputy Governor of Zamfara State, Ibrahim Wakkala, was among the travellers attacked on the Abuja-Kaduna train by terrorists.

                         •Dr. Chinelo

Also, a medical doctor identified as Megafu Chinelo, died some hours after she made a post on Twitter to notify her followers that she had been shot on that il fated Kaduna-bound train. She was buried few days ago.

The duo of Musa-Lawal Ozigi, secretary-general of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) and Akin Akinsola, Kwara state chairman of TUC, were killed during the attack on the Abuja-Kaduna train on that March 28.

The Kaduna State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, had said that eight bodies were recovered, while 26 others were confirmed injured.

Aruwan also said some others were still unaccounted for.

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