From the Guardian (20.11.2016) “Boko Haram’s forgotten victims return to a humanitarian disaster”


Counting of the missing(s)

 

And we thought what is most scary of the whole article is the following:

“Unlike the refugees from Syria and elsewhere, whose perilous journeys to Europe have rarely been out of the headlines, the people of north-east Nigeria have remained almost entirely below the media radar.

Even in Nigeria, there has been little coverage of their plight and with the country’s economy now in recession for the first time in 25 years, mainly because of the collapse in oil prices, the government has been unable to allocate enough resources to provide the food and other aid that they need.”

 

Worth reading the whole article.

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