By Our Correspondent
HOTPEN – The Federal Government has disclosed train services on the Abuja-Kaduna rail line will resume this November.
Mu’azu Sambo, Minister of Transportation revealed this on Monday while giving the score card of his ministry in Abuja.
The minister said adequate security has been put in place to ensure the safety of passengers but did not give any specific date for the resumption.
Sabo said adequate security has been put in place to ensure the safety of passengers but did not give any specific date for the resumption.
The minister said the ministry has learnt enough lessons from the attack in March that led to the suspension of train service on the Abuja-Kaduna route.
The minister also noted that a system has been put in place that will ensure prompt monitoring of movements on the rail tracks.
According to him, the system would afford President Muhammadu Buhari, concerned ministries and agencies as well as security agencies the opportunity to see what goes on on the tracks without delays.
It would be recalled that the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) suspended train service along the route after terrorists attacked a moving passenger train in Kaduna on March 28, 2022, killed about ten passengers and abducted several.