Abuja-Kaduna Train Victims’ Families Give FG Conditions

The Abuja-Kaduna Train incident is getting more intense as families of the abducted victims have come out to give the federal government of Nigeria, some conditions to speedup the release of their loved ones.

The families, in unison, are demanding that the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration, should direct the Nigerian Army to immediately order the release of children of the terrorists in their custody to guarantee the safe return of the train victims.

This is coming following a 7-day ultimatum given by the terrorists to the government for them to meet their demand or risk losing 62 passengers kidnapped on the Abuja-Kaduna train service.

The terrorists threat immediately gingered those families who have their loved ones in the den of their captors to make moves and approach the matter in the best ok their abilities to inform the government on the action to take for the safe return of those in captivity.

Earlier, it was gathered that the leader of terrorists in a phone conversation had claimed that their children numbering about eight between the ages of one to seven are currently being held at an orphanage in Jimeta, Adamawa state under the supervision of the Nigerian Army.

Abuja-Kaduna Train Attack: Terrorists Make Threats

The terrorists, have, however, threatened that, if within seven days the government does not respond to their demands, they will stop feeding the victims and will start slaughtering them one after the other.

Spokesperson of the families of the victims, Mrs Matilda Ajayi, during a press conference Wednesday in Abuja, called on President Buhari, Chief of Army Staff and all relevant security agencies to please release the children of the terrorists so that they can have their families back.

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