PodcastVestiges Of Violence

They Said They’d Teach Him A Trade, Took Him To Giwa Barracks

Vestiges Of Violence: Episode 41

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In Borno State, Northeast Nigeria, the Nigerian army arrested thousands of people between 2015 and 2016, in their counterinsurgency attempts when Boko Haram attacks were raging. Many of those arrested were reportedly IDPs. Modu Bukar was one of them. He says he was told by soldiers at the IDP camp that he was being taken away to learn a vocational skill for three months. He ended up being locked up in prison for six years.  

Hosted by: Hameeda Buhari

It was reported and scripted by Hauwa Shaffi Nuhu, and edited by Anita Eboigbe.

Produced by Attahiru Jibrin

Voice acting by: Kunle Adebajo

Multimedia Editor: Anthony Asemota

Executive producer: Ahmad Salkida

Read the story here: https://humanglemedia.com/escaping-terror-1-an-idps-journey-from-borno-cameroon-to-yola/

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