Over 4.7mn north-eastern Nigerians face food insecurity
10 April 2017 | 1:19 pm
The prolonged humanitarian crisis in north-eastern Nigeria has had a devastating impact on food security in the region. According to the World Food Programme (WFP) up to 4.7 million people face food insecurity in parts of the region.
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