According to the video, an aircraft was seen flying overhead the Abuja-Kaduna train which can be seen moving through its railroad to an unidentified destination.
The aircraft was seen closely monitoring the activities around the Abuja-Kaduna train while keeping a close eye on the train which was in motion.
This development came after the Abuja-Kaduna train service was suspended and reassigned for operation following the unexpected attack and vandalism that was inflicted on it by unidentified bandits in the region.
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The Nigerian Air Force has reportedly carried out several surveillance operations in the country especially in the Northern part of Nigeria following the rampant activities of bandits across the region which has prompted panic in recent days.
Maybe the move by the Nigerian Air Force aircraft which was seen monitoring the Abuja-Kaduna train is another means to tackle insecurity in the region.
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