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Families of Abducted Train Passengers vow to Disrupt Train Services

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Relatives of people abducted by terrorists in a train attack on the Abuja-Kaduna highway in Nigeria have warned the National Railways Authority (NRC) not to resume passenger services until their hostages were released

Speaking at a rally last Friday in Kaduna, the chairman of the abducted brothers’ group, Dr. Abdulfatai Jimoh, said it was rude for the train to continue operating between Abuja and Kaduna, while the abductees continue to live in the bush.

The families of the passengers abducted by the terrorists have also vowed to disrupt train services between Abuja and Kaduna unless their demands are met.

On March 28, terrorists attacked a train after planting a bomb on its way to Kaduna from Abuja, killing several people, in addition to more than 100 unidentified. they are not.