PodcastVestiges Of Violence

Christmas In Captivity

Vestiges Of Violence: Episode 44

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Dec. 21, 2021, is a day many in the Unguwan Gwari community in Kaduna will never forget. More than 20 of its inhabitants have been carted away by ransom seeking terrorists. The nightmarish ordeal extends through the holiday period from Christmas to New Year’s Day, leaving family members worried and hopeless, as they scramble to meet the bandits’ demands. What happens next will change the fate of this community forever.

Host: Hameeda Buhari

Reported by Nathaniel Bivan, Written by Aduke Babalola, and Edited by Tracy-Allen Ezechukwu

Produced by Attahiru Jibrin

Voice Acting by Isaac Oritogun, Chigozie Victor, Khadija Gidado, Muhammed Akinyemi, Anthony Asemota 

Multimedia Editor: Anthony Asemota

Executive producer: Ahmad Salkida

Read the story here: https://humanglemedia.com/christmas-with-terrorists-the-experience-of-a-toddler-and-his-sisters-in-kaduna/

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