How My Sister And I Escaped Attack On Abuja-Kaduna Train – Actress Rahama Sadau
Nigerian actress, Rahama Sadau has narrated how she and her sister were saved from the Abuja-Kaduna train that was attacked by terrorists around Kateri-Rijana area of Kaduna State.
Rahama Sadua Speaks On Abuja-Kaduna Train Attack
KanyiDaily had reported how a train heading from Abuja to Kaduna was attacked by terrorists who opened fire on over 970 passengers on board, killing some and whisking away unspecified number of people on Monday night, March 28.
Although the exact number of casualties is not yet known, a medical doctor identified as Chinelo Megafo has been confirmed as one of those killed in the attack.
In a post shared on her Twitter page, Rahama Sadau said that she was scheduled to be on the train with her sister but they miss it, noting that her friends who boarded the train were victims of the attack.
She wrote, “Myself and my sister were to be on the attacked train last night but we missed it. We missed it!! It could’ve been me & mine but it’s actually us… We had friends & family in that train. When is this ever gonna stop??#KadunaTrainAttack.”
The Kannywood actress further seized the opportunity to advise her fans to get their permanent voter’s card(PVC) and ensure their votes count.
Sadau said, “It can only get worse as the elections are fast approaching & the target will always be Arewa… I would say get your PVC and vote wisely but VOTE FOR WHO? The same set of people ??? Still get that PVC PLEASE!!! #KadunaTrainAttack
“We (AREWA) brought this h*ll upon ourselves, we chose to be suppressed because we are scared. But also failed to realise that the power is actually in our hands… We don’t want to shamefully admit that our leaders have failed us but THEY HAVE!!!
“Today, With the amount of security personnel at MKO Abiola Stadium, I Came to realise that Nigeria is capable of doing whatever it feels like but “they” just chose to ignore the killings, the whole goddamn security sector. #KadunaTrainAttack.”(sic)
Myself and my sister were to be on the attacked train last night but we missed it. WE MISSED IT!! 😭 it could’ve been me & mine but it’s actually Us… We had friends & family in that train😭. WHEN IS THIS EVER GONNA STOP??? #KadunaTrainAttack
— Rahama Sadau ✨ (@Rahma_sadau) March 29, 2022
Meanwhile, the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi has reacted the the incident, saying he was devastated and heartbroken over what he saw at the scene of the attack.