Abuja-Kaduna train attack: FG sets to rescue 43 captives left
The Federal Government of Nigeria has reassured Nigerians and families of the remaining 43 Abuja-Kaduna train passengers who were abducted during their trip that she is making all things possible to rescue the victims from their captives.
This was retreiated by the Minister of Transportation, Mu’azu Sambo while addressing families of the victims of the ill-fated March 28 train attack on Monday in Abuja.
He made known that the federal government is not leaving any stone unturned and will not relent in his moves to get back those in captives noting that the federal government is not sleeping over the mishap.
“The government has not been sleeping from the enquiries I have made”, Mu’azu said.
He continued by saying the present situation on ground deals with security and the rescue mission of the people and as such much information is best known to the security operatives only. He further gives his reasons why all is not going to be said as regards the latest development.
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“There are some things you do not say in public but I want you to give me time.
”Let me resume properly in this office and I promise you, this will be the first issue I am going to tackle by the grace of God,” he assured.
He further promised that he would be in constant engagement until every single person in captivity regains freedom and is reunited with their families.
The minister then requested for the details of contacts, names, addresses and telephone numbers so that he could reach them easily.