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Insurgency: Woman lost over 100 neighbours

By Guardian Exclusive
13 May 2024   |   3:16 am
With the rate of insurgency in Borno State, many lives and families have been severely affected, with thousands being displaced and forced to live in internally displaced camps (IDP). A mother, who has lost neighbors, family, friends, and loved ones still in captivity, shares her heartbreaking experience of living in constant fear. She calls on the government to provide more basic amenities to help her and others in the IDP camp in Chabbol village, Borno state.

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