One of the returnees who arrived in Nigeria on Wednesday night from War torn Sudan via Egypt, Clement Mustapha, has recounted the terrible experiences he went through in Sudan following the ongoing war (Vanguard).
The Sudanese Army (Source: AFP).
Mustapha, who described the experiences as those usually seen in terrible war movies, declared; "Have you seen war movies and how terrible they are? We just went though that. I am sure some people here may end up using drugs to stabilize their mind, because it (the experience in Sudan) was draining and scary. We spent days walking to safety, hiding and explaining ourselves to gunmen,..."
The returnee, who visibly narrated the life threatening risks and deprivations they faced while finding their way to safety, added that they had to also beg for water to survive. Mustapha who also noted that some of their female colleagues were allegedly molested amid the war, declared; "We begged for water. There was no electricity to charge our phones, because there was tension everywhere. We trekked under the sun and I heard that some of our ladies were molested."
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