Kaduna-Abuja Train Attack: Pregnant Woman In Captivity Delivers A Baby


In a new photos released by terrorists on Tuesday 26-04-2022, shows that there are over 62 kidnapped passengers, while terrorist insist on freedom for apprehended commanders

One of the two pregnant women among the kidnapped victims during last month’s attack on a Kaduna-Abuja train by terrorists said to have delivered a baby, THISDAY reported last night.

However, the terrorists who hijacked and abducted the passengers have released four different pictures of their victims, numbering 62.

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It will be recalled that the gunmen had on March 28 hijacked the train heading for Kaduna from the nation’s capital city after bombing its rail track.

ARISE Television, THISDAY’s broadcast arm, quoted the gang as insisting that they were not after a ransom, but an exchange of the abducted passengers with their commanders who are allegedly in government custody.

Nine persons, including a young medical doctor were killed during the attack, scores were injured and over 62 other passengers held hostage by the terrorist.

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Nigerian Man and Female Drug Dealers Caught With Drugs Worth Over N113m In South Africa


A 50-year-old man alleged Nigerian drug dealer and a South African woman prosecuted before the Polokwane Magistrate’s Court on Monday morning, March 7.

The suspects identified as “Collins Emeka Akona” and the 24-year old South African woman, identified as “Mahlatse Maseko” were apprehended at Thornhill Estate in Polokwane for possession of heroin and Crystal meth drugs worth R4.2 million.

The law offenders were arrested on Friday by members of the Provincial Organized Crime Unit and the Provincial Detectives

Brigadier “Motlafela Mojapelo”, Limpopo Police spokesperson, says they are still in the hunt for Maseko’s boyfriend, who fled from the crime scene leaving behind the woman in a room full of drugs.

The chairperson of Seshego Community Against Crime and Gansterism, “Vincent Kunutu” has expressed his happiness with the development, adding that heroin and crystal meth are the most used drugs by youths within their area.

Kunutu said they believe that these arrests will send a strong warning message to the remaining drug dealers that are yet to be identify, who are demolishing the education system by selling drugs to learners.

In the meantime, their case has been postponed to March 10th, 2022 for formal bail application.

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