Kaduna Train Attack Spotlights Risks Of Moving Through Nigeria’s Ungoverned spaces
The Crisis Room: Episode 12
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Traveling by train was considered one of the safest transportation means in Northern Nigeria which has been inundated by various forms of insecurities. Up until a week ago when a train travelling between Abuja-Kaduna was attacked by terrorists. This recent attack poses a new security risk for individuals and organizations commuting through ungoverned spaces.
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