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Freed Kaduna train attack victim: “FG Failed To Rescue Us I Feel Bad For Those Still In Detention”


One of the three survivors of the Abuja-Kaduna train catastrophe, Barrister Hassan Usman, asserts that the Federal Government was powerless to obtain their release.
For the other hostage victims who were still alive, he wailed furiously.

A lawyer named Usman was one of the 63 victims taken hostage on the Abuja-Kaduna train on March 28, 2022.

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He was one of the 43 victims who were still unaccounted for who were severely beaten on Sunday. He and two other victims were eventually released on Monday at around 11 a.m.

He thanked God for restoring his freedom while speaking with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), which pressloaded was listening to.

He pleaded with the UN, the UK, and the entire international community to step in and secure the release of the last remaining captives held in the terrorists’ hideout.

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Usman, who claimed that the government failed to free the prisoners, claimed that family of the deceased tried to free them on Friday but were prevented from doing so by the authorities.

He continued by saying that a further effort on Monday was successful, resulting in the three of them being set free.

He replied, “I don’t know whether ransom was paid to rescue us,” when asked if a ransom was paid before their release.

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He claimed that the bandits built improvised shelters to protect them from the weather and that they fed them in proportion to their needs.

They occasionally even killed sheep and cattle for us. We thank Allah that even yesterday they slaughtered a cow and fed us.

He claimed that the government’s approach caused the bandits to become enraged and severely beat them.

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He said, “This makes me feel sorry for those who are still with them in the jungle.”


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