Rahama Sadau: How I Got Saved from Abuja-Kaduna Train Attack | Dailytrust

Rahama Sadau: How I Got Saved from Abuja-Kaduna Train Attack

Rahama Sadau
Rahama Sadau

Popular Nigerian actress Rahama Sadau and her family are thankful to God for life as the actress has shared how she was saved from the Abuja-Kaduna train attack.

On Monday night, terrorists attacked a Kaduna-bound train. They bombed the rails hence the train was forced to a halt.

Witnesses said the attackers later surrounded most of the coaches and opened fire before they forcefully gained access, fired at random, which led to the death of some people.

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Taking to her verified Twitter account, the ace actress stated that she was scheduled to be on the train with her sister but they miss it. She however hinted that she had friends who boarded the train and were victims of the attack.

She wrote, “Myself and my sister were to be on the attacked train last night but we missed it. WE MISSED IT!! It could’ve been me & mine but it’s actually Us… We had friends & family on that train. WHEN IS THIS EVER GONNA STOP??? #KadunaTrainAttack.”(sic)

The actress further seized the opportunity to advise her fans to get their permanent voter’s card(PVC) and ensure their votes count.

Sadau said, “It can only get worse as the elections are fast approaching & the target will always be Arewa… I would say get your PVC and vote wisely but VOTE FOR WHO? The same set of people ??? Still get that PVC PLEASE!!! #KadunaTrainAttack

“We (AREWA) brought this h*ll upon ourselves, we chose to be suppressed because we are scared. But also failed to realise that the power is actually in our hands… We don’t want to shamefully admit that our leaders have failed us but THEY HAVE!!!

“Today, With the amount of security personnel at MKO Abiola Stadium, I Came to realise that Nigeria is capable of doing whatever it feels like but “they” just chose to ignore the killings, the whole goddamn security sector. #KadunaTrainAttack.”(sic)

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