Families of abducted passengers of the ill fated Kaduna-bond train attacked by terrorists on March 28, have picketed the headquarters of the Ministry of Transportation in Abuja.
The action followed a trending video released by the terrorists, which captured the remaining abducted victims being flogged along with threats to kill them if the Federal Government refused the demans of the terrorists.
In the video, one of the abducted passengers was captured narrating how they were kidnapped and lamenting that the government has failed to secure their release.
He pleaded with members of the international community, including the United Nations, the United Kingdom, the United States, and France, among others to help secure their release.
However, their families during protest on Monday, blocked the gate of the Ministry of Transportation, and barred staff from entry.
They asked the government to secure the release of their relatives held captive by their abductors.
A spokesperson for the protesters, Ahmed Aruwa, said they would continue to block the entrance of the Ministry of Transportation until they get a definite response from the government.