Nigeria3 Passengers Abducted From Abuja-Kaduna Train Freed

3 Passengers Abducted From Abuja-Kaduna Train Freed


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Report reaching Newswebbs confirmed that three passengers abducted by terrorists during the Abuja-Kaduna train attack, which occurred on March 28, 2022, have regained their freedom.

3 Passengers Abducted From Abuja-Kaduna Train Freed

It would be recalled that, the terrorists released a video, yesterday, threatening to kill the remaining hostages if the Federal Government failed to meet their demands as prompt as necessary.


The deadly group, believed to be suspected Boko Haram insurgents, had detonated improvised explosives devices (IEDs) in the train and forced it to derail a few minutes into the trip in Kaduna.

According to a report documented by BBC Hausa, a relative of one of the kidnapped victims said those released included two men and a woman.

The relative said the released victims were on the way to a health facility for medical examination.

However, the details of the development are still sketchy as information about ransomed payment is yet to be solidified.

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