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BREAKING: Senator Shehu Sani narrowly escapes death as gunmen ‘bomb’ Kaduna-Abuja train

Senator Shehu Sani, a Senator representing Kaduna Central Senator, on Thursday escaped death onboard a Kaduna-Abuja train, Daily Post reported.

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Sani disclosed that the train he boarded ran a portion damaged by explosives used in attacking a Kaduna-Abuja train on Wednesday.

In a tweet, the former lawmaker alleged that terrorists had attacked a Kaduna-Abuja train on Wednesday with explosives.

He alleged that the terrorists also opened fire on the engine driver and tank of the train.

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“Yesterday, terrorists attacked the Kaduna-Abuja railway with an explosive and opened fire on the train, targeting the engine driver and the tank.

“This morning, I was on board when our train ran over another explosive damaged rail track. It took a miracle for us to escape,” Sani tweeted.

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