Earlier today, relatives of the victims of the Abuja-Kaduna train attack staged a protest at the headquarters of the Ministry of Transportation in Abuja, following the release of a new video by the bandits.
The protesters who occupied the main entrance to the ministry on Monday asked the Federal Government to take steps to secure the release of their loved ones who were abducted by gunmen at Katari village on March 28.
The demonstration came barely 24 hours after the bandits, released a new video in which they were seen manhandling some of the victims and flogging them with sticks as they cried and pleaded for help.
To discuss more on the development, Dennis Amachree, former Assistant Director, Department of State Services, DSS, joins me now. Thank you very much for your time.