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TRAIN ATTACK : Terrorist Commander Sets to Marry 21 Years Old Train Attack’s Victim, Releases Four Others

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One of the leaders of the ISWAP terrorists that attacked the Abuja-Kaduna train on March 28 is planning to marry 21-year-old Azurfa Lois John, one of the youngest victims of the attack.

The terrorists attacked an AK9 Train in Kaduna state on March 28 2022

According to Tukur Mamu, a member of the negotiating team, Lois will be married any moment from now.

Mamu said one of the top commanders of the terrorists is said to be in love with Ms John.

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He however pled with the Federal Government and other stakeholders to intensify efforts towards the release of the 23 victims still with the terrorists whose health conditions, he said, is pathetic and require urgent medical attention.

Mamu also called on CAN not to politicize the issue or reduce it to mere press releases, but to work closely with relevant authorities to engage the abductors on the case of Ms John before it is late

Meanwhile another four hostages in the custody of terrorists have been released.

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Among the released hostages include an 85-year-old woman, Hajiya Halimatu Atta and and her 53-year-old daughter, Adama Aliyu

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Written by Ruth Semilore

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