Identity Of Some People Abducted In Edo Train Attack Revealed
The identity of some people who were abducted in the attack on passengers at a train station in the Igueben Local Government Area of Edo State has emerged.
Naija News had earlier reported that gunmen on Saturday invaded the train station and abducted more than thirty people.
The Commissioner for Communication and Orientation in the state, Chris Nehikhare during a press conference on Sunday confirmed the attack.
Meanwhile, the spokesperson for the Edo State Police Command, Chidi Nwabuzor, while speaking on the incident said that the abductors were herdsmen, who invaded the train station with AK 47 assault rifles.
Some of the people abducted in the incident are the train station manager, Godwin Okpe, the Head of Security, identified simply as Ikhayere, an Igueben community resident, Victor Osarobho and the station ticket clerk, also identified as Akhere.
Peter Obi’s VP, Yusuf Datti Breaks Down In Tears On National TV
Labour Party Vice Presidential candidate Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed, broke into tears on Sunday (today) during ‘The People’s Townhall’ organized by Channels Television.
Naija News understands that Yusuf Datti and his principal, Peter Obi, were live on the television’s Town Hall series on Sunday to discuss their plans for the country if elected as president and vice president of Nigeria.
Yusuf Datti, however, got emotional on the live programme and broke down in tears as he recalled a nasty remark the APC spokesperson, Femi Fani-Kayode made about his family.
Recall the APC presidential campaign spokesperson had in the past, referred to Datti-Ahmed’s family as refugees from Mauritius.
Gunmen attack APC presidential campaign office in Osun
Gunmen on Sunday attacked the Tinubu/Shettima campaign office in Osun State.
It happened a few hours after former governor Adegboyega Oyetola inspected the office in Ilesha.
The hoodlums stormed the office earlier today with guns, cutlasses, charms and other dangerous weapons.
The billboard in front of the office was damaged; the doors and glass windows were shattered.
Former Commissioner of Works and Transport, Remi Omowaye, described the attack as diabolic and inhumane.
Source: The Nation