It is close to one year since Boko Haram lost its control of Michika, a town in Adamawa state, northeast Nigeria. But the road to healing and recovery has been tough for the community. The scars of the Boko Haram onslaught on residents are still fresh. But as this report shows, the town and its residents are making progress.
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