PodcastThe Crisis Room

Expansion Of Jihadist Activities Despite Military Coup In Niger

The Crisis Room: Episode 80

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Despite the recent military coup in Niger, jihadist groups affiliated with Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State continue to wreak havoc on civilians and military targets. In this episode, we explore the intricacies of this crisis, with insights from Aliyu Dahiru who has closely monitored the situation.

Production Team: Sabiqah Bello, Aliyu Dahiru, Usman Abba Zanna

Executive Producer: Ahmad Salkida

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Sabiqah Bello is a multimedia reporter at HumAngle. She anchors the podcast Vestiges of Violence and leads the HumAngle Index, a docu-series that explores development issues and analyses the impact of bills and policies on individuals.

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