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Tubabbun Yan Boko Haram Na Kasa Samun Karbuwa

Birbishin Rikici: Episode 4

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A shekarar 2016 ne Najeriya ta fara wani shiri na karbar tsofaffin ‘yan ta’addan Boko Haram a yankin Arewa maso Gabas. Shirin dai ya janyo ce-ce-ku-ce, domin ‘yan ta’adda ba za su iya samun matsuguni a garuruwansu na baya ba, kuma baza su iya zama a sansanonin ‘yan gudun hijira ba

A Birbishin Rikici mun yi magana da tsofaffin ‘yan ta’addan da yan gudun hijirar don jin ra’ayoyinsu.


Mai gabatarwa: Zubaida Baba IbrahimMarubuci: Kunle Adebajo
Muryoyin shiri: Mariam Mustafa, Rukayya Sa’id, Hadiza Sani, Abdulmalik Ahmad
Fassara: Zubaida Baba Ibrahim
Edita: Aliyu Dahiru
Furodusa: Abba Toko
Babban Furodusa: Anthony Asemota
Babban Mashiryi: Ahmad Salkida


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Zubaida Baba Ibrahim

Zubaida Baba Ibrahim is a journalist and a creative writer. Her works have been featured on Daily Trust, Premium Times and Guardian. She also has experience in broadcast journalism and is a graduate of Mass Communication from Baze University, Abuja. She tweets through @zvbaida

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