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After bandit terrorists were alleged to have planted explosives believed to be IEDs on the rail track around Katari, Kaduna state on Monday.
The train which according to report conveying hundreds of passengers from Abuja to Kaduna was hit by an explosive device suspected to have been planted by bandits between Katari and Rijana in Kaduna State, a disclosure which was later confirmed by the state government.
Confirming the development after paying a visits to the survivors of the infamous incident, Governor of Kaduna State Peter El Rufai maintained that many might have been injured and few fear dead.
Taking to the social media platform Twitter, the Governor tweeted “Accompanied by the heads of some security agencies stationed in Kaduna State, Malam Nasir @elrufai has visited the 44 Military Hospital and St. Gerald Hospital to see some of the citizens that were injured inthe attack on the Kaduna to Abuja train.”
Former Zamfara State deputy Governor was part of the infamous incident and was shot in Abuja-Kaduna train attack as confirmed by the aide to the former Deputy Governor who disclosed that he was returning from the APC National Convention which was held on Saturday when the incident occurred which involved crossfire’s between the terrorists and the military and has been currently placed under the care of a military hospital in Kaduna for treatment.