PodcastThe Crisis Room

Southeast Nigeria: The Many Layers Of Violence In The Region

The Crisis Room: Episode 9

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51 years after the end of the brutal civil war between federal troops and soldiers of the breakaway state of Biafra, Southeast Nigeria has recently been hit with a wave of violence from the targeting of security officials to civilians across the region by elements affiliated with the proscribed Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB).

In this episode, we analyse the different layers to these attacks and the people affected by it.

Hosted by Mariam Mustapha and Murtala Abdullahi

Additional voice: Adejumo Kabir

Reporter: Adejumo Kabir

Production Team: Abba Toko, Anthony Asemota, and Anita Eboigbe

The Executive Producer is Ahmad Salkida

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Murtala Abdullahi

Abdullahi Murtala is a researcher and reporter. His expertise is in conflict reporting, climate and environmental justice, and charting the security trends in Nigeria and the Lake Chad region. He founded the Goro Initiative and contributes to dialogues, publications and think-tanks that report on climate change and human security. He tweets via @murtalaibin

Adejumo Kabir

Adejumo Kabir is a multiple award-winning investigative journalist. He loves community journalism and supports all public enlightenment. He currently works as Assistant Investigations Editor at HumAngle. He tweets via @AdejumoKabir2

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