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Trauma: FG Advised After Little Boy Was Spotted Drawing Guns On A Wall In Yobe



Nigerians have expressed their fear over the spate of insecurity in the Northern part of the country after a photo of a young boy surfaced on Twitter drawing series of guns and ammunition on a wall in his neighbourhood.

Netizens urged the government to treat with fairness all survivors of insurgency in the country so as to avoid transgenerational trauma.

Bulama Bukarti, a lawyer and columnist who shared the photo on his Twitter account, revealed that the boy was found doing the drawings on a wall of a neighbour somewhere in Damaturu.

He wrote: “My NCE teacher, Lawan Cheri, saw this boy drawing this on the wall of a neighbour in Damaturu.

“This tells you everything about the experiences of the children in the northeast. To stop transgenerational trauma, survivors must be properly treated and community healing promoted.”

See the tweet below; [Click the tweet to see reactions from social media users]

Meanwhile, a 30-year-old man in Jigawa State, Alhassan Ya’u on Monday killed his one-year-old son, Sani Alhassan, Naija News reports.

Source: Naija News

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