A heart-rending video call between two ladies went viral went at the weekend.
In the video call, one of the ladies narrates her ordeal in the hands of Boko Haram terrorists. She speaks of the horrors of her abduction and rape multiple times by the terrorists.
The lady in the video is Hafsat Maina Muhammed, a married mother of six children, and an indigene of Gwoza Local Government Area in Borno State.
Before her abduction, Hafsat worked as a full time journalist in Kano for Pyramid FM, Liberty Radio and T.V, FRCN Kaduna and Freedom Radio Jigawa State. Hafsat was forced to flee Nigeria for the United States after her release from captivity and she worked briefly for the Voice of America Washington D.C.
Today, like a few women in northern Nigeria, she has decided to speak out to bring attention to the horrendous crimes being perpetuated against women and children in her region, in the hope that government and the international community take decisive action to end the onslaught.
She joins the Morning Show from her base in Prince George’s Country in Maryland, U.S. is Hafsat Maina Muhammed.
Good morning Hafsat and thank you for joining us on The Morning Show.
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