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Sienna Miller visits North East IDPs

By Guardian Exclusive
01 February 2018   |   4:37 pm
English-American actress and humanitarian worker, Sienna Rose Diana Miller, has drawn the attention of the Nigerian government and the international community to the deplorable living condition of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in North East Nigeria.

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