PodcastVestiges Of Violence

Gory Memories Of Apo Six Murder Remain With Victims’ Families 17 Years After

Vestiges of Violence: Episode 63

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Every time Elvis enters his car in the morning, he remembers that his older brother was killed in a similar vehicle 17 years ago. Since the murder, not much has changed.

On today’s episode, we interrogate the extrajudicial killings Nigerians suffer at the hands of the Nigerian Police.

Host: Hameeda Buhari

Scripted by Adejumo Kabir, Reported, and Edited by Adejumo Kabir.

Produced by Attahiru Jibrin

Voice acting by Akila Jibrin, Muhammed Akinyemi, Murtala Abdullahi and Attahiru Jibrin

Multimedia Editor: Anthony Asemota

Executive producer: Ahmad Salkida

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