PodcastVestiges Of Violence

He Was Fleeing From Boko Haram But Got Profiled As One of Them

Vestiges Of Violence: Episode 36

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In Borno State, Northeast Nigeria, the Nigerian army arbitrarily arrested thousands of people between 2015 and 2016, in their counterinsurgency attempts when Boko Haram attacks were raging. Many of those arrested were innocent. Gambo Modu was one of them. After six years in wrongful detention, he was finally cleared of Boko Haram suspicions and released from prison. 

Featured Report: He Was Fleeing From Boko Haram But Got Profiled As One of Them

Hosted by: Hameeda Buhari

Reported and scripted by: Hauwa Shaffii Nuhu | Edited by Anita Eboigbe.

Produced by: Attahiru Jibrin

Voice acting by: Abba Toko, Zubaida Baba Ibrahim

Multimedia Editor: Anthony Asemota

Executive producer: Ahmad Salkida

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