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‘Khadija’ was in Banki, Nigeria when the town was attacked by Boko Haram, and she was separated from her mother.
I told them I will not marry you, even if you kill me. But they came for me at night and abducted me.
She was kidnapped and repeatedly raped.
They put me in a house and locked me up. I was there for a month. They told me whether you like it or not, we have already married you.
‘Khadija’ became pregnant and gave birth to a baby boy.
Dalori Displacement Camp, Nigeria.
Eventually, she was rescued by the Nigerian military and bought to this displacement camp.
I can’t talk about what happened to me, because most people don’t speak Hausa. Sometimes the women in here abuse me because they don’t relate with me. They can’t understand what has happened to me. Some women would heat me, they would chase me away. They would say, “You are a Boko Haram wife, don’t come near us!” If I used their washing basin to clean, they would say, “Don’t touch our basin. You’re a Boko Haram wife.” Anywhere I went, they used to abuse me and call me a ‘Boko Haram wife.’ Some days I wake up with sadness, some days I wake up happy. They don’t abuse me like before, but it still happens. I just pray to God that one day I will see my parents again.
As many as 2,000 women and children have been held captive by Boko Haram since 2012.
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