Aid workman and photographer Fati Abubakar captures a portraits and stories of those vital in Nigeria’s Maiduguri — a heart of Boko Haram domain — in her Instagram and Facebook series, “Bits of Borno.” The city is also her home town.
“The Boko Haram rebellion has left a fee on a community, and a impact has been physical, psychological and economic,” she explains. “There is a lot of trauma, though there is resilience as well. With this array we wish to constraint a strength, struggles, joy, unhappiness and a tellurian suggestion as a predicament abates and people pierce on.”
Click by a gallery to review some-more stories of Boko Haram’s survivors