Families of the remaining 51 Abuja-Kaduna train attack victims have vowed to embark on street protests as well as to occupy government facilities in Abuja and Kaduna over the government unconcerned about the remaining 51 abductors.
In a statement by their spokesperson, Dr Abdulaziz Atta, who expressed fear of losing their family members, especially with reports of snake bites and gunshot injury the captives were said to have suffered.
“We were shocked with reports of snake bites and gunshots. So, we decided that we would be staging a sit-down and occupy protest at public facilities until our loved ones are rescued.
“We read from the media, report that one of our loved ones, Al-Amin was shot and that, it was an accidental discharge by one of the non-state actors guarding our loved ones, but the key question now is the state of health of the person that has gunshot wounds.
“There are no antibiotics, nobody to remove the bullets from his body, just imagine the current situation he will be in the bush. He needs urgent support, if he is not brought out of the bush, we may lose him.