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This weekly podcast series focuses on crisis signalling and explores existing responses and solutions to crises in Nigeria.

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This weekly podcast series focuses on crisis signalling and explores existing responses and solutions to crises in Nigeria.

    Update On The Humanitarian Crisis In Sudan

    Update On The Humanitarian Crisis In Sudan

     On #TheCrisisRoom today, we're joined by Mahdi Garba, a humanitarian reporter at HumAngle, who provides updates on the ongoing crisis in Sudan.

    Production Team: Sabiqah Bello, Mardi Garba, Usman Abba Zanna
    Executive Producer: Ahmad Salkida

    For more stories, visit humanglemedia.com. 

    • 14 min
    Analysing The Resettlement Programme In Borno With SEMA

    Analysing The Resettlement Programme In Borno With SEMA

    On this episode of The Crisis Room, our Lake Chad editor will be having a conversation with Dr Barkindo Saidu, Director-General of the Borno State Emergency Management Agency about the State’s resettlement programme.


    Production Team: Abdulkareem Haruna, Hauwa Shaffii Nuhu and Anthony Asemota
    Executive Producer: Ahmad Salkida
    For more stories, visit humanglemedia.com.
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    • 22 min
    Navigating the Southeast Nigeria Conflict

    Navigating the Southeast Nigeria Conflict

    In this episode of The Crisis Room podcast, Adejumo Kabir engages in a crucial conversation with a senior police officer from the Imo State Police Command. This officer shares firsthand insights into the challenges faced by security operatives working to ensure the safety of lives and properties in the region. Join us for an in-depth discussion on the Southeast Nigeria conflict and the efforts to maintain peace and security.


    For more stories, visit humanglemedia.com
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    • 19 min
    Expansion Of Jihadist Activities Despite Military Coup In Niger

    Expansion Of Jihadist Activities Despite Military Coup In Niger

    Despite the recent military coup in Niger, jihadist groups affiliated with Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State continue to wreak havoc on civilians and military targets. 

    In this episode, we explore the intricacies of this crisis, with insights from Aliyu Dahiru who has closely monitored the situation.


    Production Team: Sabiqah Bello, Aliyu Dahiru, Usman Abba Zanna
    Executive Producer: Ahmad Salkida
    For more stories, visit humanglemedia.com.
    Follow this link to listen to our other podcasts
    https://humanglemedia.com/podcast/

    • 11 min
    Ethnic Profiling In Northwest Nigeria

    Ethnic Profiling In Northwest Nigeria

    The spread of terrorism in the country's northwestern region led to the rise of vigilante groups, some of whom came to be known as Yan Sa Kai. This gave way to repeated attacks on innocent Fulani, an ethnic group that has been fingered to be a powerhouse for many terrorists over time. Here, 

    The Crisis Room speaks with Umar Yandaki, a journalist who has been on the trail of such happenings in the region.

    • 24 min
    What Is Russia’s Future In Africa?

    What Is Russia’s Future In Africa?

    Russian mercenary company Wagner has been very active in several countries across Africa, what does the death of the company’s head Yevgeny Prigozhin mean for the continent? 

    On The Crisis Room this week we speak to Drew Hinshaw, a journalist who uncovered details of Prigozhin’s final tour of his operations here.

    • 18 min

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