Insurgency Threatens Over 4 Million Lives In Northeast – Kallon

Edward Kallon
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The 12-year-old insurgency in northeast Nigeria has caused hunger, threatening the lives of over four million people who need urgent intervention, the United Nations Resident Coordinator and Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria.

Mr Edward Kallon said the United Nations will commence a new cycle of humanitarian programme planning for 2022 and beyond to reduce needs, risks and vulnerabilities of the affected people.

Adding That 4.4 million people threatened to face acute hunger at the peak of the rainy season.

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