A video has emerged showing security operatives at the railroad which was allegedly destroyed by armed bandits who attacked the Abuja-Kaduna State train.
The incident is still under investigation as several police officers were seen inspecting the damages caused by the unidentified armed bandits in the region.
Pictures emerged as well showing what was left of the Abuja-Kaduna train after the bandits reportedly attacked the train.
According to the video which emerged online, the bandits allegedly damaged the railroad tracks and fled into an unidentified location.
The unknown bandits also caused massive damages to the interior structures of the train which travels through Abuja and Kaduna State.
Bandits have continued to disrupt the human and economic activities in certain areas across the country with the increase in attacks and kidnapping frequently taking place in the Northern part of the country.
Watch the video from the link below to see how security operatives were inspecting the damages caused by the bandits on the train track –
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