A former senator who represented Kaduna Central Senatorial District in the 8th Assembly, Shehu Sani, has warned Kaduna-Abuja train attackers to desist from mocking God.
Sani, who passed this message through his Twitter account was reacting to a recent video footage that surfaced online where the terrorists claimed that they released the Managing Director of the Nigerian Bank of Agriculture, Alwan Hassan due to his age and in the spirit of Ramadan, a period of fasting for Muslim faithfuls.
In the one-minute, twenty-one seconds video clip obtained by AN24, Hassan was seen standing in front of a damaged Armoured Personnel Carrier Machine Vehicle, sandwiched by four bandits in military camouflage with Assault rifles.
Hassan was abducted nine days ago when bandits planted explosives on the rail track and immobilised a Kaduna bound train.
Reacting to the clip, Sani, a governorship hopeful in Kaduna state, however warned the terrorists not to mock God as it unclean to kill or kidnap.
He lamented, “The video footage of terrorists claiming kind gesture because of “Fasting month of Ramadan” is absolute rubbish. You can’t shed the blood of innocent people and kidnap hostages for ransom and use the name of Allah or Ramadan to colour your heinous atrocities. Godless!”