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United Nations Holds Off Food Supply As Social Workers Were Attacked By IDPs In Nigeria

The United Nations Nourishment Program yesterday suspended food supply appropriation to grass roots people in Borno following an assault on its crew at Gubio camp in Maiduguri on Friday.

IDPs had assaulted the helpful laborers of the Worldwide Medicinal Corp, a universal NGO, over the nourishment proportions the NGO was circulating, harming many individuals and decimating five game utility vehicles having a place with the NGO at the Gubio camp in Maiduguri city.



In an electronic message sent by WFP Communication officer Maiduguri field office, Mr. Adedeji Ademigbuji to newsmen in Maiduguri yesterday, the global humanitarian agency said the suspension was as a result of security breaches.

The Executive Chairman State Emergency Management Agency, Egnr. Ahmad Satomi, in an interview with newsmen in Maiduguri yesterday condemned the attack on the humanitarian workers and tendered an apology.

Engr. Satomi assured that he would meet with the military so as provide adequate security for humanitarian workers during distribution in the camps.


Written by How Africa

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