With many of the passengers of the ill-fated Abuja-Kaduna train attack still in captivity 50 days and counting, there appears to be no closure yet.
And with another attack reported, the lack of safety of lives and properties along our roads has once again been highlighted.
The planned resumption of activities on the Abuja-Kaduna rail line by the Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC) has been widely frowned at, with families of the kidnapped passengers also vowing to picket train stations in the axis.
On the Sunny Side, show host Joyce Onyemuwa was on the hunt for answers. She desired to know if the resumption of activities is right and should be allowed?
"It all boils down to insensitivity," remarked one caller.
According to him, both the government and the people are showing a lack of concern and care.
"The people that are going to board this train; are they sure of their security? I don't know whether Nigerians care much about their lives?" he questioned.
Another caller refuted that notion, while a third proffered a stark, if not shocking solution.
Watch the video to find out what they had to say.