PodcastThe Crisis Room

Kaduna Train Captives: Vulnerable And Forgotten

The Crisis Room: Episode 50

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Out of the initial 63 victims who were abducted in the recent Kaduna-Abuja train attack, over 30 vulnerable victims are still believed to be in captivity. This disturbing situation has led to protests in both Kaduna and Abuja. For many of their families, the question remains; how have these victims spent over 100 days in the hands of their captors without being rescued?

In today’s episode, we analyse the plight of the victims affected by the ongoing crisis.


Hosted by Mariam Mustapha and Murtala Abdullahi

Production Team: Murtala Abdullahi, Tracy-Allen Ezechukwu, and Anthony Asemota. 

The Executive Producer is Ahmad Salkida.

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Murtala Abdullahi

Abdullahi Murtala is a researcher and reporter. His expertise is in conflict reporting, climate and environmental justice, and charting the security trends in Nigeria and the Lake Chad region. He founded the Goro Initiative and contributes to dialogues, publications and think-tanks that report on climate change and human security. He tweets via @murtalaibin

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