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Boko Haram Survivors: ?how We Outwitted Insurgents To Escape?
« on: November 02, 2014, 01:15:41 PM »
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Suffering, indeed, is an equalizer in the human experience. It knows neither rich nor poor, religion nor ethnicity.
 
It was tears, sadness and gratitude to God, all at once as some victims of the Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria?s North-East recounted their experiences to Sunday Vanguard in Adamawa State recently. Some of the experiences were reminiscent of experiences of non-Nazis in Nazi Germany.
 
At St. Theresa?s Cathedral, Yola where some displaced persons had gone to get foodstuffs and receive medical care courtesy of the Catholic Diocese of Yola in conjunction with the American University of Nigeria, individuals, organisations and societies within the church, Sunday Vanguard spoke with some of the displaced persons who told their story of torture in the hands of the insurgents and eventual escape.
 
Source: http://www.ereporter.com.ng/index.php/national-news/item/975-boko-haram-survivors-how-we-outwitted-insurgents-to-escape


 

 

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