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Ya Gudarwa Yan Boko Haram Karshe Aka Ce A Cikinsu Yake

Birbishin Rikici: Episode 36

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A jihar Borno da ke arewa maso gabashin Najeriya, sojojin Najeriya sun kama dubban mutane ba bisa ka’ida ba a tsakanin shekarar 2015 zuwa 2016, a yunkurinsu na yaki da ‘yan ta’addan a lokacin da suka yawaita kai hare-hare. Yawancin wadanda aka kama ba su da laifi. Gambo Modu na daya daga cikinsu. Bayan ya shafe shekaru shida yana tsare ba bisa ka’ida ba, daga karshe an wanke shi daga zargin Boko Haram kuma aka sake shi daga gidan yari.

Mai gabatarwa: Zubaida Baba Ibrahim

Marubuciya: Hauwa Shafii Nuhu

Muryoyin shiri: Akila Jibrin, Khadija Gidado

Fassara: Zubaida Baba Ibrahim

Edita: Aliyu Dahiru

Furodusa: Khadija Gidado

Babban Furodusa: Anthony Asemota

Babban Mashiryi: Ahmad Salkida

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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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