Freed Female Kaduna-Bound Passenger Stages One-Man Protest Over Remaining 50 In Terrorists’ Enclave

Muhammed Abubakar, Reporting

One of the recently released female passengers of the attacked Abuja /Kaduna-bound train has led a one-man protest to call for the immediate release of the remaining 50 passengers in the hideout of the terrorists.

The female passenger, who did not disclose her name, stormed the secretariat of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Kaduna on Wednesday, armed with placards with inscription.

Clad in light hijab and facemask, her placard read, “I can’t sleep anymore when my loved ones are in the bush. Please, Nigerians help towards their release.”

The lady is a married woman who was recently released along 10 others after spending 70 days in captivity.

She said she decided to embark on the one-man protest because she could not sleep anytime she remembered that her husband and other colleagues are still in the bush.

She called on the government to do the needful and ensure that the remaining 50 passengers were release without further delay.

The woman, whose husband is still in captivity with 49 others, however stated that the abducted passengers had spent over 89 days in the forest with the terrorists.

She lamented that there were still children and old people in the forest exposed to all kinds of inclement  weather like rain, cold, harsh weather, dangerous animals such as reptiles, among others.

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