Nigeria: ‘They betrayed us’

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These brave women are taking on the Nigerian government by asking for justice for themselves and their families.
Thousands of women and girls who survived the brutal rule of the Boko Haram armed group have since been further abused by the Nigerian security forces who claim to be rescuing them.
Amnesty international’s latest report, “They betrayed us” reveals how the Nigerian military and Civilian Joint Task Force (Civilian JTF) – a militia who work alongside them – have separated women from their husbands and confined them in remote “satellite camps” where they have been raped, sometimes in exchange for food. Amnesty International has collected evidence that thousands of people have starved to death in the camps in Borno state, north-east Nigeria, since 2015.

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  1. Nigerians are not welcomed in Europe, not because of their race but because of the crimes they are committing against these innocent souls.

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