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Kaduna train attack: ‘Terrorist planning to marry victim of Kaduna train attack,’ Negotiator alerts Nigerian govt

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The communicator of the kidnapped Kaduna train passengers, Tukur Mamu, has drawn the eye of the national and therefore the Christian Association of African country, concerning arrange by the terrorists to marry off a 21-year-old victim, Azurfa Lois John.

The 300-level student of the Kaduna State University and her relative, Peace Aboi, 28, were among passengers abducted by terrorists UN agency attacked the Kaduna certain AK9 train on March twenty eight, 2022. Peace was later discharged aboard eleven different hostages.

Mamu, UN agency could be a advisor to debatable Islamic churchman, sheik Ahmad Gumi, disclosed this on Fri, August 19, whereas making known newsmen on the four passengers discharged by the terrorists once payment over four months in captivity.

According to Mamu, one of the terrorists’ top commanders is in love with Mrs. John and wants to marry her. Intensifying efforts to free the 23 victims who are still with the terrorists, whose health is deplorable and in need of urgent medical attention. According to him, the CAN should not politicize the information or take it lightly, adding that the authorities should bring the kidnappers into their case (Lois) as soon as possible, before it’s too late.

“This is to alert the federal government and especially the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) that I can confirm through credible information at my disposal that if urgent action is not taken to immediately secure the release of the youngest victim of the train attack, a 21-year-old Azurfa Lois John, the abductors as they have done in the case of Leah Sharibu are planning to marry her any moment from now. One of the top commanders is said to be in love with her,” Mamu said.

“This important information should be treated with the urgency it deserves. Even though I know that releasing this information will not only unsettle her immediate family and loved ones but Nigerians as a whole, it is necessary to do so to avoid a repeat of Leah Sharibu’s case

“I advise CAN in particular not to politicise this issue or reduce it to mere press releases as I have seen in the past but to work closely with relevant authorities to engage the abductors on case as soon as possible before it is late

“I pray that in view of the uncertainties which are becoming alarming, the federal government will also act very fast to ensure the release of all the remaining victims,” he added.

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