Djimon Honsou visits Maiduguri for first-hand look at Africa’s ‘largest crisis’
By Guardian TV
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Hollywood star and Oxfam global ambassador Djimon Honsou, visited camps for IDPs in Nigeria's volatile northeast to draw awareness to the region's lingering humanitarian situation, and implore governments and NGOs to double their efforts.
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Journalists are being asked to rise fully, to being the voice of the voiceless, by investigating and reporting accurately, happenings at the IDP Camps across the country, to bring proper attention and solutions, to the plights of Internally displaced persons.
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The House of Representatives on Tuesday asked the Chief of Army Staff, Lt-Gen Tukur Buratai, to relocate the Giwa Barracks in Galtimari, Jere Local Government Area of Borno State, 10km away from the University of Maiduguri.
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The federal government has reopened the Maiduguri-Damboa road to traffic after it was closed due to incessant Boko Haram attacks on the highway.
18 Mar 2020
The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, has apologised for the shortage of the shortage of foods in the internally displaced camps.
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The University of Maiduguri in Nigeria stayed open despite the decade-long insurgency from Boko Haram. However, the threats and attacks on members of the institution from Boko Haram, which the terror groups sees as a bastion of Western education, has taken its toll on students and educators alike.
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