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Boko Haram: Journey From Evil

With 2018 first approaching,it’s time to look back at the year that was most eventful.

Though Boko Haram   returned most of the abducted girls, the extremist group continues to drive terrorism threat in Northern Nigeria.This documentary showcases the movement to free the kidnapped Chibok school girls.Boko Haram still a major threat to peace in Nigeria.

Drawing on 18 hours of secret Boko Haram videos obtained by the Voice of America, VOA documents the brutality of life for people living under Boko Haram – and the inspirational actions of three ordinary Nigerians who are determined to stand against them. The “Queen Hunter” who leads patrols to track and apprehend Boko Haram fighters and rescue scores of abducted women and girls; a social media activist who has raised money and awareness in support of the Chibok schoolgirls; and an amateur photographer in conflict-ridden Borno State whose portraits of Nigerians uprooted by the 8-year insurgency provide an arresting visual history of suffering, survival and reconciliation.(VOA )

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