8 years on, Jire Dole mothers demand whereabouts of “Boko Haram” sons

Women in Maiduguri is lamentation over their children arrested by army since 2011. Photo by Olatunji Omirin
A group of grieving mothers of the JIRE DOLE network( Justice is Must) have demanded that Nigerian government should produce thousands young men and boys allegedly arrested and detained in military custody since 2011 on allegations of being members of Boko Haram. Photo by Olatunji Omirin.
The protested women, wailing and crying, displayed the photographs of their missing relations in Maiduguri, demanding to see their graves, if they had been killed. Photo by Olatunji Omirin


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