Kaduna-Abuja train freed female victim protest captivity of others

By Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna

One of the recently released female victims of Kaduna-Abuja bound train attacked on Wednesday staged protest in kaduna state metropolis, insisting on the release of the remaining 50 abductees in captivity.

The married woman who spent over 70 days in captivity before set free staged the one- woman protest in the premise of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), kaduna state council, Wednesday morning.
Known as Maimuna (real name withheld), the woman’s aim is to called on government to dedicate more commitment toward releasing the rest of the 50 abducted passengers still in captivity.
The woman told journalists that her husband is still in captivity for over 89 days now in kaduna forest with the terrorists.

She said, she is among the recently released 10 victims of the kaduna- Abuja train abductees in the state.

Maimuna tressed the need for government to intensify efforts towards dialogue with the terrorists and find ways of releasing the remaining 50 passengers that are still in captivity..

She further lamented that there are still children and old woman and other people still in the captivity facing all kinds of daily challenges which include ecological conditions, cold, rain, and other dangerous

The mother then appealed to the government and other stake holder’s to help in securing the release of the rest of the abductees for sake of humanity and God.

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