The terrorists who abducted 62 passengers on a Kaduna-bound train on March 28, 2022, have released yet another video. Six passengers, including a Pakistani, were seen in the footage.
The victims, who were obviously traumatized, appealed to the government to come to their aid.
The Pakistani who gave his name as Mohammed, called on the government of his country as well as the government of Nigeria to help secure their release.
“My name is Mohammed, I’m working here in Nigeria, but a foreign national, a Pakistani. We were abducted from the Abuja-Kaduna train on 28 March. We are here; 62 in number.”
“The conditions are not very good. I am appealing to the government of Nigeria; the government of Pakistan and the international community to help us”he said
Another passenger who gave his name as Mohammed Dehu, also appealed to the government to grant the demands of the terrorists so they can be released.
The terrorists, who accused the government of being insincere, gave a five-day ultimatum for the release of some of their children whom they claimed were in custody of the government.
They claim their children were abducted by the government in Adamawa state and will only release the Abuja-Kaduna train victims if the government releases their children.
Watch the video they shared below…
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