Kaduna State Government has disclosed that 362 passengers boarded, eight bodies recovered, 16 were injured in the Abuja-Kaduna Train attack
- The passenger manifest does not include NRC staff and security officials who were on board.
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EKO HOT BLOG reports that eight passengers have been confirmed dead and 25 others injured in the Monday night terrorist attack on a Kaduna-bound train.
This was disclosed in a statement by the state commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan.
According to the documents received from the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC), Mr Aruwan said the detailed passenger manifest for the Abuja-Kaduna train service AK9 revealed that 398 passengers bought tickets for the trip, but 362 were validated as having boarded the train through the recognized turnstile.
“The passenger manifest does not include NRC staff and security officials who were on board.
“Furthermore, security agencies have reported that eight bodies were recovered and 26 persons were injured during the attack.
“Investigations are still ongoing to ascertain the status of the passengers who were onboard the train and remain unaccounted for at the time of this update. Search operations are also being sustained.
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“Citizens are requested to contact the Kaduna State Emergency Management Agency on the phone line 09088923398, to make enquiries or provide information regarding passengers who were on board the Abuja-Kaduna train AK9.
“Further updates will be communicated to the public,” Mr Aruwan said.
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