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Sani Adam

Maiduguri, Nigeria
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About Sani
Sani Adam is a journalist based in Maiduguri, Nigeria.

I am a dedicated journalist rooted in Maiduguri, North East Nigeria, with a profound involvement in chronicling the decade-long insurgency that has shaped our region's narrative. My commitment to truth-seeking journalism has led me to the frontlines, where I've captured stories that define the essence of this enduring struggle.

As a trusted liaison, I've worked closely as a fixer, collaborating seamlessly with esteemed international media outlets like BBC, RT, CNN, Al Jazeera, and more. My role has been instrumental in facilitating their access to ground realities, offering a unique perspective on the complexities and nuances of this conflict.

With an unwavering passion for storytelling, I strive to illuminate the human aspects amid the turmoil, painting a vivid picture through words and images. My portfolio encompasses an array of compelling articles, poignant visuals, and insightful reports that delve deep into the heart of our region's challenges and triumphs.

Through my work, I aim not just to report events but to cultivate understanding, empathy, and awareness. I believe that each narrative shared contributes to a broader conversation, fostering empathy and inciting change.

Join me on this journey of exploration and discovery as I continue to unveil the untold stories and narratives from this resilient region.

I am a verified member of worldfixers.com https://worldfixer.com/profile.

Linkdn Profile; https://www.linkedin.com/in/sani-adamu-086387109
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Your whole life belongs to Boko Haram

01 Oct 2023  |  www.panoramanyheter.no
Anas, a former member of Boko Haram, recounts his harrowing experiences with the extremist group, highlighting the constant danger, forced recruitment, and severe human rights abuses, including torture and sex slavery. The conflict, which has spread to neighboring countries Cameroon, Chad, and Niger, has led to a significant humanitarian crisis, displacing millions and devastating local economies. Despite the Nigerian government's initial military response, the establishment of Operation Safe Corridor in 2016 has provided a pathway for former militants like Anas to reintegrate into society. Anas remains optimistic about his future, now working as a taxi driver and participating in his local mosque, praying for peace.



Ex-Boko Haram fighters deradicalized, but still unreconciled

08 Dec 2020  |  The Christian Science Monitor
The article discusses the challenges faced by former Boko Haram fighters who have undergone a state-sponsored deradicalization program in Nigeria. Despite completing the program, many ex-fighters, like Ibrahim Dubji, face rejection from their communities, which are still grappling with the trauma and devastation caused by Boko Haram. The Nigerian military's Operation Safe Corridor aims to reintegrate low-risk defectors, but critics argue that the program lacks transparency, adequate funding, and community engagement. The article highlights the need for justice, dialogue, and comprehensive support for both ex-fighters and affected communities to achieve successful reintegration.

As vaccines roll out, states face difficult questions over access

08 Dec 2020  |  The Christian Science Monitor
States are grappling with difficult decisions regarding the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, with limited availability and high demand. The CDC has recommended prioritizing front-line health care workers and residents of long-term care facilities, but subsequent prioritization remains complex. Experts suggest focusing on individuals who fall into multiple high-risk categories, though practical challenges exist. Equity issues are also a concern, as marginalized communities have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. Transparency and integrity in the distribution process are crucial to maintaining public trust.




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