March 29, 2023

March 29, 2023

Terrorists Release New Photos Of Abducted Kaduna-Abuja Train Passengers (See Photos)

Terrorists have released new photos of the abducted train passengers on Monday. The three sets of photos were believed to have been released on Monday night.


The Chairman of the Abducted passengers Forum had earlier hinted in a news conference in Kaduna last week that the federal government are currently talking with the terrorists.



Terrorists release new photos of abducted Abuja-Kaduna train passengers



However, from feelers obtained by the Tribune Online, the talks have collapsed owing to irreconcilable differences.


Terrorists release new photosRecall, in the first video released by the terrorists of the train attack, they have hinted that they were not after money but an exchange of the abducted passengers with their commanders which they alleged are under the custody of the Federal Government.


Thus, it was gathered that the released photos was part of their strategy to draw sympathy from the public against the government.


Also a security expert, Abubakar Ahmed said, “They want to tell the world that the abducted passengers are alive and in good condition.”

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