PodcastVestiges Of Violence

What Happens To Love When A Country Goes To War With Terrorists?

Vestiges of Violence: Episode 1

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In this episode of ‘Vestiges of Violence’, we share the story of two victims of the ravaging insurgency in Nigeria’s Northeast. Bulama and Jugudum struggled to keep love alive as they fought through pain, displacement, daily struggle for survival and reconnecting after a long period of separation.


Featured story: Knifar: Separated By Military, A Borno Couple’s Uphill Journey Back To Each Other.


Host: Hameeda Buhari

Written by ‘Kunle Adebajo, edited by Osato Edokpayi

Produced by: Abba Toko

Translation by: Muhammed Akinyemi and Maryam Mustapha

Senior producers: Osato Edokpayi, Anita Eboigbe

Executive producer: Ahmad Salkida


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  1. Great work so inspiring and very informative on happenings or what had happened with people from such outcomes of war, imagine your work cutting across kidnapped using Kaduna as a case study region

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