Zulum Writes To UN Over Killing Of Humanitarian Worker By Soldier

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Borno State Governor, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum mni has written a condolence letter to the United Nations following the killing of a humanitarian worker by an unruly soldier, on Thursday in Damboa.

Zulum addressed the letter to the UN’s resident representative in Nigeria, Matthias Schmale. The letter, titled “condolence and solidarity” was dated Friday, November 18, 2022.

In the letter the Governor also expressed his condolence to the family of Mrs Alem Muluseta, her colleagues at Medicine de Monde (DM), the whole Humanitarian Community, who continually make huge sacrifices to support our people.

His condolence also goes to the families of gallant soldiers who lost their lives in trying to restrain the perpetrator. Adding that it was a sad isolated incidence, the like of which was not seen before, and which may not be unconnected with the mental health of the soldier involved.

The Governor assured that the injured pilot has been adequately attended to and he is recovering well, Promising to continue to support him to get what he needs until he recovers.

He further assured that he will continue to work together with the Military, and partners to support Mental Health Programs for soldiers in the Theatre.

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