PodcastVestiges Of Violence

Children Wear The Scars Of Violence After Zaria Massacre

Vestiges of Violence: Episode 50

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Children of members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) who were killed by soldiers who attacked the residence of Ibrahim El-Zakzaky still bear the scars of the massacre, years after the onslaught occurred. In this episode, we look at the psychological battles and horrors these children are forced to go through after witnessing the death of their loved ones.


Host: Hameeda Buhari

Reported by Adejumo Kabir, Written by Tracy-Allen Ezechukwu, and Edited by Adejumo Kabir

Produced by Attahiru Jibrin

Voice Acting by: Rahma Jibrin, Chigozie Benedicta, Hauwa Bukar, Khadija Gidado and Yekeen Akinwale

Multimedia Editor: Anthony Asemota

Executive producer: Ahmad Salkida

Read the story here: https://humanglemedia.com/the-bloodbath-2-children-brutalised-during-zaria-massacre-still-living-with-trauma/

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