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Boko Haram and the Children’s Crusade
Generations of young Nigerians in the northeast of their country are being shaped by the terrors of the war.
By Philip Obaji Jr.
LAGOS — “I was asked to kill my parents on the day I was captured,” said 16-year-old Babagana, a former Boko Haram child slave. "I had no courage, so they killed them in front of me.”