The Nigerian Medical Association, NMA has lamented the death of the young Dr.Chinelo Megafu.
Megafu, an overseas-bound medical doctor was among the several passengers that lost their lives in the attack.
Megafu reportedly died from gunshot injuries sustained during the terrorists attack.
She had during the attack announced on her Twitter that she was shot and asked for prayers.
She tweeted, “I’m in the train. I have been shot. Please pray for me.”
However, NMA in a statement signed by it’s National Publicity Sectetary, Dr Aniekeme Uwah said they are deeply saddened by the tragic, horrific and preventable death of one of their members.
The association also called for the urgent reorganisation of the country’s security achitecture.
It noted, “As an Association, we vehemently decry the worsening insecurity in the country which has made all of us and Nigerians as a whole vulnerable to violent attacks by hoodlums, bandits, kidnappers and terrorists who are currently having a field day causing us deep sorrows and severe pains.
“The untimely death of the young, promising Dr Chinelo who served at the Kaduna State Dental Centre and worked with St Gerrard’s Hospital, Kakuri, while striving to earn a honest living is one other death too many. The Association notes that needless blood letting and senseless loss of lives is fast becoming a recurrent decimal in our country, thus worsening the alarming effects of brain drain, which in many instances have been attributable to the worsening security situation in the country.
“The Association hereby calls on the security agencies to urgently reorganise the security architecture in the country with focus on intelligence gathering in order to avoid these carnages across the country.
“The Association also recommends that the Federal Government gives a strong consideration to the establishment of state police to further compliment the efforts of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF).
“The recruitment of more security personnel and the provision of modern security gadgets and ammunition for them can’t be overemphasised.
“Lastly, the Association prays God to grant the families of Dr Chinelo and all other victims of the very unfortunate incidence, the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
“We also pray for the speedy recovery of all those who sustained various forms of injuries from gun shots and while trying to escape the attack.”