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UN Says 6.2m People Targeted for Aids in North East Crisis in 2019

The United Nations has revealed that 6.2 million people are targeted in the crisis-ridden North East Nigeria with aids by humanitarian organisations in 2019. It also...

UN Says Boko Haram Has Made Parts of Borno Inaccessible to Them

The United Nations has lamented that Boko Haram attacks since November last year have caused over 43,000 persons to flee their homes. This has also cut off access to...

Resurgence of Boko Haram Attacks Worries UN

Nigeria Military Dispels Boko Haram on Major Highways to Maiduguri •BY REMILEKUN DARAMOLA in Maiduguri• The United Nations (UN) has expressed concern over the...

UN Calls for Check on Borno, Kaduna Attacks

*Says killing of farmers by Boko Haram may aggravate food crisis The United Nations (UN) has expressed grave concern over recent sectarian and communal killings in Borno...

Flooding: UN Disaster Experts Study Anambra Communities

A team of environment experts from the United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination, UNDAC, has arrived Anambra State over the flooding menace ravaging parts of...

Cholera Outbreak: Death Toll Rises to 18, Says UN

The death toll as a result of ongoing cholera outbreak in Borno State has risen to 18, the United Nations said on Sunday. In a statement, the United Nations Office for...

Army Releases 183 Kids Trapped By Boko Haram to Borno Govt, UN

The Nigerian Army has released no fewer than 183 kids, formerly involved with Boko Haram, to Borno State Government and representatives of United Nations. The latest...