Bank of Agriculture CEO, Alwan Hassan, feared abducted during an attack on the Abuja-Kaduna train
- Hassan’s whereabouts have remained unknown since he was last seen boarding the Kaduna-bound train that was attacked on Monday
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EKO HOT BLOG reports that the Managing Director of the Bank of the Agriculture, Alwan Ali Hassan, is reportedly missing after terrorists attacked passengers on the Abuja-Kaduna train.
Hassan’s whereabouts have remained unknown since he was last seen boarding the Kaduna-bound train that was attacked on Monday.
This online media platform had reported how terrorists on Monday night bombed the Abuja-Kaduna rail tracks and attacked a train filled with passengers.
Several persons including one of the train drivers, food vendors, and cleaners were reportedly killed in the attack.
Following the incident, a picture of Hassan was circulated on social media platforms, especially WhatsApp.
The caption accompanying the image read: “Alwan Hassan has been kidnapped at Kaduna Train Crisis…We solicit for your prayers.”
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An official of BOA’s corporate communications department said Hassan has not been reachable since the incident happened.
“We are not so sure if he has been kidnapped. Yes, he was on that train. But we have not heard anything from him,” the official said.
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