Popular Nigerian singer and songwriter, Nonso Amadi, has seemingly weighed in on the recent sad happenings in the country.

The “tonight” crooner, in a posh shared via his verified Facebook page, said Nigerians are loud in their laughter and rarely speak about their sufferings.

“We Nigerians are loud in our laughter, silent in our suffering”, he wrote.

This comes after dozens of Nigerians were killed, several injured and others abducted during a terrorist attack on an Abuja-Kaduna train on Monday night, March 28.

Meanwhile, Nigeria’s Minister of transportation, Rotimi Amaechi has bemoaned the fact that more than N3bn has been lost to the attack on the Abuja-Kaduna rail route.

While reacting to the unfortunate incident at the scene of the attack, the Minister said the unfortunate event could have been avoided if a N3 billion digital security equipment had been acquired.

“We knew what the problem would be. We knew we needed to have digital security equipment. We applied for it. Because if we had those equipment, you will see nobody on that track. And I warned that lives will be lost. Now, lives are lost. Eight persons dead, 25 persons in the hospital. We don’t know how many persons have been kidnapped. And the cost of that equipment is just N3 billion. The cost of what we’ve lost is more than N3 billion. We’ve lost tracks, we’ve lost locomotives and coaches. We’ve lost human beings. And the equipment is just N3 billion.”. He said in part.

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