Hajara Aminu, one of the Nigerian evacuees from war-torn Sudan, has shared her horrifying tale days after they arrived in the country.
The first and second batches were received by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Dr Nasir Gwarzo, Sadiya Faruk, the Director General, National Emergency Management Agency, Ahmed Habib, and the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Nigerians in the Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Abike Dabiri-Erewa, and others.
Sharing her ordeal, Aminu who is an expectant mother disclosed that they were all stranded for four days before they were rescued.
“I have been hearing of war but in the past weeks, I have seen the real face of death. It was terrible.
We were stranded for days and we did not hear from our government for some time and that got us worried because we saw efforts that other countries were making but I am really glad that I am alive even though I thought I was experiencing my last days in Sudan.
“I don’t pray for my enemies to be caught in-between frequent gunshots.
“The situation in Sudan is not child’s play and I wonder why it got that bad.
“The killings, shooting and evil going on in that country are beyond what any mind can take”, she shared.
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