Ja’e Sanni lost his son to ethic profiling by vigilante groups. He never thought the case would make it to the public since there had been no media report on the incident. Today, his experience, as well as many others, is being shared as attention is drawn to the extraducial killings of ordinary citizens by vigilantes fighting terrorism in Northwest Nigeria.
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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