Three passengers of the Kaduna-bound train that was attacked in March have regained freedom.
They were freed 24 hours after terrorists released a disturbing video where the victims were seen being flogged.
It was confirmed that the released passengers, a female and two males, have reunited with their family members.
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It is not clear if any ransom was paid before their release.
Commenting on their release, Kaduna-based Publisher, Tukur Mamu, said, “Yes three victims have been released, a female and two male. But remember I’m not part of the negotiation that led to their freedom.”
Mamu had announced withdrawal from the negotiation, citing threat to his life.