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Gunmen threaten to Kill Kidnapped Kaduna-Abuja Train Passengers

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Gunmen who kidnapped dozens of passengers after an attack on a train en route to Kaduna from Abuja, Nigeria, have threatened to kill all their detainees if the Nigerian government fails to pay them. their needs.

The militants threatened in a video released on Wednesday, saying they were not interested in being paid, but that the government was providing them with basic necessities. the terrorists claim the government knows them.

The video, less than two minutes long, shows four of the robbers along with one of the passengers abducted by Alwan Hassan, Managing Director of the Agricultural Bank of Nigeria.

One Hausa-speaking gunman said the manager was released out of sympathy for his age and the month of Ramadan.

One of the highlights of the video released by the gunmen was the appearance of one of the armored vehicles that was set on fire earlier this week, during a clash with the Nigerian Army in Birnin Gwari, Kaduna. The video was recorded at the Polwire military base in Birnin Gwari, which was attacked on Monday.