A fresh video appears to have been released by the terrorist who attacked the Abuja – Kaduna train two weeks ago.
Some of the abductees were seen looking tired and dejected. They lifted up their voices to beg the government to come to their aid.
The video released happens to be the second after the first one in which four terrorists were seen with the Managing Director of the Bank of Agriculture, Alwan Ali-Hassan.
The terrorists explained why they released the new video, also saying that they had sent messages to the Nigerian authorities.
In the background of the videos, many terrorists were seen wielding arms in an apparent move to prevent any abductee from escaping.
In the first clip, you could see a lady with green hijab, begging the government to please come to their aid, also, a lady in a yellow T-shirt, who said she was speaking on behalf of students among the abductees.
She mentioned that she is a student of Kaduna State University where she studies Agriculture.
One of the voices of the terrorist showed a command of good english. A lady who claimed to be an ex-staff of Defence Industries, Kaduna was also heard speaking in the video.
She said: “What happened on Monday (two weeks ago) was needless if the government would have a listening ear and accede to what the populace is talking about.”
In the next video clip were four male abductees, including one who looked like an Asian, who said he was going to Kaduna for eye treatment.
In another clip, another group of three male captives were shown, one speaking Hausa, affirming that they are casualties of the train attack as abductees.
He said since their abduction on Monday, March 28, 2022, they had gone through a lot of hardship, adding that among them were women, children and the elderly, some of whom have health challenges.“We are in a state of calamity. We are calling on friends and relations, and the government to take immediate action to save our lives,” he said.
Another captive dressed in a white kaftan said the terrorists have their grudges and the government should please listen to them.