Abuja-Kaduna Train Kidnap: Families of 41 casualties fight, ground Tansport Ministry

Abuja-Kaduna Train Kidnap: Families of 41 casualties fight, ground Transport Ministry

Abuja-Kaduna Train Kidnap: Families of 41 casualties fight, ground Transport Ministry

Precisely 120 days after fear based oppressors besieged the AK-9 train passing many travelers from Abuja on to Kaduna and abducted them, groups of the excess 41 people still in imprisonment, yesterday, grounded exercises at the Ministry of Transportation, fighting absence of conclusive activity to safeguard their relations.

As soon as 8 am, relatives of the casualties attacked the Federal Ministry of Transportation base camp, Abuja, forestalling laborers, including top administration staff, from getting to their workplaces.

With mats spread at the entry door, they considered any staffing of the service to get the blockade and for north of four hours, they kept confidence with their statement.

In the midst of the dissent, the Transportation Ministry said endeavors were being made with security organizations to safeguard the people in question, unveiling that moderators had been in the bramble for a very long time over the issue.

A couple of hours after the dissent, the fear mongers delivered four additional casualties, including Gladys Brumen, Oluwatoyin Ojo, Hassan Lawal and Pastor Ayodeji Oyewumi, leaving the quantity of those in imprisonment at 38.

In the mean time, Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State, principal ladies dissident and lawmaker, Hajiya Naja’atu Mohammed, the Arewa Consultative Forum, ACF, and the Coalition of Northern Groups, CNG, have denounced the viral video of the psychological oppressors lashing the Abuja-Kaduna train prisoners, asking the Federal Government to awaken to its liability of safeguarding Nigerians.

Without a doubt, Ortom said the video and the danger by the outlaws to capture President Muhammadu Buhari and other government functionaries were obvious signs that there was no administration in Nigeria.

Casualties’ families’ dissent

Groups of the casualties likewise hammered the First Lady and spouse of President Muhammadu Buhari, Aisha Buhari, blaming her for leaving her nurturing job, in contrast to her ancestor, Mrs. Patience Jonathan, who adapted to the situation in comparative conditions a couple of years prior when Chibok school children were seized.

Adding while the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Transportation, Dr. Magdalene Ajani, was tending to the nonconformists, a casualties’ relative, Hajia Hadiza Mohammed, said Mrs. Aisha Buhari deserted her nurturing liability of compassion for governmental issues all at once relatives were lamenting over the destiny of their friends and family held hostage by fear based oppressors.

Reviewing Mrs. Jonathan popular groan “Chai, there is God o,” when 276 school young ladies were hijacked from Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, in 2014 by individuals from the Boko Haram group, Mrs. Mohammed noticed that the then First Lady procured adulation for her protective consideration, in contrast to her replacement.

She said: “When Patience Jonathan was the First Lady of this country, she emerged and she cried and her explanation has now turned into a motto in this country. What’s going on with our First Lady? Is it true that she is not a mother? Is it true that she is not a grandma? For the first time ever, she has never emerged to express anything to anyone.

“She has not done anything. She is there soliciting for ladies to emerge and challenge (decisions). A big part of the populace that emerged to cast a ballot in this nation was ladies. She (Aisha) is there sitting any place she is. She will return to meet us here. Officer come, fighter go, and sleeping quarters remain. My conviction that circumvents comes around.”

Mrs. Mohammed further noticed that her little family members were caught in the new video delivered by the shooters on Sunday, where they were seen lashing their casualties.

“Lady (tending to the Permanent Secretary), do you have at least some idea that those four small children in the video that were pursuing their moms when they were beating their dads, are my nephews and nieces? Do you know the injury they will confront when they escape that spot? Beating their dads in their presence and showing them how to be rough (it’s awful),” she regretted

Additionally talking, one more relative of the abductees, Ahmed Ibrahim Aruwa, said the psychological oppressors had contacted the families requesting N100m each to deliver the people in question.

With 41 individuals in their nook, this brings the absolute amount of cash being requested to N4.1bn (Four billion, 100,000,000 naira in particular).”

‘Why we raged Transportation Ministry’

Aruwa told newsmen the explanation the families decided to storm the Transportation Ministry the previous morning.

“We are here to press for the arrival of our friends and family who are in imprisonment in the criminals’ lair in the shrubbery. There was a commitment that administration will get them delivered yet up till this second, it has been commitments and that’s it.

“We came here in light of the fact that the Transportation Ministry is straightforwardly accountable for the train station where our friends and family boarded. The test is that they are going through huge trouble, to the degree that their lives are being compromised. They are taking steps to kill them. This is on the grounds that they feel that no one is chatting for their sake, particularly the public authority.

“They (fear mongers) let us know that administration has not successfully address their requests. We are concerned on the grounds that they are requesting N100m on every individual and there are 41 of them left. How might we raise N100m on every one of these people?

“To that end we are here to beg the pastor in control to converse with the President. That’s what we know whether he converses with the President, they will think of a recipe to get our friends and family delivered,” he added.

In a different visit with Vanguard, Isah Ibrahim, whose sibling is one of those being held, sorrowfully described his experience.

“I should accompany my sibling in the train that day yet I had something dire to do in Abuja so he needed to go. Sadly, for himself and different people, they were trucked away. We have been to the service a few times yet data isn’t emerging.

“The public authority needs to let us know what they are doing. They need to relate with us. We have been looking for crowd. We have come here as individual families, as aggregate families and collectively, yet no data till now, no sound data of where they are and when they will be brought together with us,” he noted.

Likewise speaking, Mohammed Garba, whose relative is in the fear mongers’ care, excoriated the Buhari-drove organization, saying “‘no administration ought to do this to its kin, regardless of whether it is one individual. We know how things happen from one side of the planet to the other.

“There’s something wrong with this and we are here and will stay here today, tomorrow in daylight and in downpour. Assuming you saw what occurred in that video, I don’t figure you would have had the option to rest.”

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