PodcastVestiges Of Violence

Sold As Slave In Northwest Nigeria

Vestiges of Violence: Episode 99

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Aminu is a farmer in Daki Takwas, Northwest Nigeria. But he was unable to access his farm due to the incidence of abductions that have persisted. Life became unbearable as a result.

The region, which has become a precipice in Nigeria as terrorism expands, has eaten up the comfort of residents. The criminal violence has led to a surge in cattle rustling, raids on communities, ethnic conflicts, and kidnapping for ransom. 

We follow through the journey of Aminu, a student who couldn’t pay his tuition fee, and the only way was to work as a farmhand in Northwestern Nigeria.

This episode was scripted by Oluwaseun Adebowale, edited by Ahmad Salkida, and produced by Attahiru Jibrin.

Hosted by Hameeda Buhari.

Voice Acting: Usman Abba Zanna.

Multimedia Editor is Anthony Asemota. 

The executive producer is Ahmad Salkida.

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