Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Almost 60,000 People Displaced In Northeast Nigeria Since November – UN

Over that the last three months there has been an unsual rise in insurgency which has led to fifty-nine thousand two hundred(59,200) people being displaced from their homes in the northeastern part of Nigeria, says the International Organisation for Migration (IOM).
Almost 60,000 People Displaced In Northeast Nigeria Since November – UN
The United Nations Migration Agency described the situation as due to an "increased sophistication" in the attacks carried out in Northeast Nigeria.

It was noted that the boko haram millitants are part of contribution to the long-standing humanitarian crisis in some specific states such as Adamawa, Yobe, and Borno and it has gradually moved into Lake Chad.

According to Celestin who expressed that over the last two months now the boko haram militants have being launching series of attacks on communities and claim some towns. He further stated that civilians have been mute and enduring the dispute that has birthed the displacement and violations of international humanitarian and human rights law.

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3 comments:

  1. Nigerian government has not been genue information about the IDPs so we can't dispute the information given by united nations

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  2. I don't know what is wrong with our government

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