A married woman who was among the 11 kidnapped train passengers recently released has staged a solitary protest in Kaduna, urging the Federal Government to expedite the negotiation process and ensure the release of the remaining kidnapped 50 passengers.
According to the woman who spoke with Vanguard, her husband, who was kidnapped alongside her, is still in the terrorists’ den.
” I can’t sleep anymore. My husband is still in the wilderness. “Anyway, I remember how they’re suffering in the bush, and I can’t sleep,” she said.
My husband is still out in the bush. “Anyway, I remember how they’re suffering in the bush, and I can’t sleep,” she said.
She urged the federal government to expedite the negotiations so that her husband and others who had been held captive for 90 days could breathe free air again.
“There is a need for the government to step up efforts to engage in dialogue with the terrorists and find ways to free the remaining 50 passengers,” she said.
“There are still children, old women, and other people in captivity who face daily challenges such as ecological challenges, cold, rain, and danger from dangerous reptiles.”
She urged the government and other stakeholders to see reason and engage in proper dialogue, which could eventually result in the release of the remaining 50 hostages.