Posted by: APO | 11 April 2017

UNICEF welcomes the release of nearly six hundred women, children and elderly men from Giwa military barracks in Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria

“The action of the Nigerian army today is a major step towards the protection of children affected by the ongoing crisis. It provides hope in a conflict that continues to have an enormous impact on people’s lives.” “These children were held under administrative custody on alleged association with Boko Haram militants. They are victims of the conflict and it is crucial that they receive medical… Read more on http://africa-newsroom.com/press/unicef-welcomes-the-release-of-nearly-six-hundred-women-children-and-elderly-men-from-giwa-military-barracks-in-maiduguri-borno-state-nigeria?lang=en


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