PodcastVestiges Of Violence

The Missing And Those Who Miss Them

Vestiges of Violence: Episode 92

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The latest and most comprehensive count of missing people in Nigeria’s Northeast says they number at least 25,000. This is according to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). HumAngle’s independent data collection exercise across several local government areas in Borno State has also documented thousands of cases. In this episode of Vestiges of Violence, we bring you the voices of the victims’ loved ones – most of them from Bama. They share their sorrows, concerns, fears, and hopes.

This episode of Vestiges of Violence was produced with support from the Open Society Initiative for West Africa.

The story was reported and scripted by ‘Kunle Adebajo and edited by Hauwa Shaffi Nuhu

Hosted by Hameeda Buhari

Produced by Attahiru Jibrin

Voice acting by Rukayya Saeed, Zubaida Baba Ibrahim, Attahiru Jibrin, Umar Yandaki, Khadija Gidado, Isaac Oritogun, Aliyu Dahiru, Kunle Adebajo

Multimedia Editor is Anthony Asemota

The executive producer is Ahmad Salkida

For more stories, go to humanglemedia.com

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