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Djimon Honsou visits Maiduguri for first-hand look at Africa’s ‘largest crisis’

By Guardian TV
15 December 2016   |   10:51 am
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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