The terrorists that attacked the Abuja-Kaduna bound train have threatened to kill those in their captivity unless the government meets them.
In a video, they said: “Government should hasten to meet us before we turn this place into an abattoir because killing these people is nothing to us.
“It’s not about money. We can’t do this for money. The government knows what we want.”
Already, they’ve released the Managing Director of the Bank of Agriculture (BOA), Alwan Ali-Hassan.
They claimed in a video that the release was on compassionate grounds because Ali-Alwan was old and had pleaded with then while in captivity.
However, a source confided in journalists that contrary to the terrorists claim, N100 million or so was allegedly paid as ransom before the Managing Director was released.
In the short video, which went viral, four of the terrorists were seen in military uniform wielding arms, with the Managing Director in the middle.
Behind them was something that looked like the wreckage of an Amoured Personnel Carrier (APC).