Gunmen suspected to be bandits have released a video showing victims abducted during the attack on the Abuja-Kaduna train on the 28th of March.
In the video seen by Daily Links, the victims were surrounded by armed bandits in a forest, while they plead with the government to act.
The bandits in the video were holding rifles and dressed in non-combat gears, with turbans covering their faces.
Recall that the terrorists had charged the government a few days ago to attend to their demands, however, the demand before the government was not disclosed.
In the video that was released four women were lined up: a student who identified herself as Lois John, studying Agriculture at the Kaduna State University and spoke on behalf of the women, two middle-aged women, and an older woman.
One of the middle-aged women identified herself as Gladys, an ex-staff of the Defense Industry, Kaduna.
The woman said, “What happened on Monday was needless.”
She called on the government to give a listening ear to their captors.
Watch the video below: