DAKAR – Ravaged by years of Boko Haram violence, pockets of northeast Nigeria controlled by the Islamist militant group and cut off from aid could be facing famine, food analysts said on Friday.
Around three million people in the northeast have been identified as urgently needing food and other humanitarian aid, but the situation could be far more severe, according to the U.S.-based Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET).
(Sundiata Post) — Leaders of the terrorist group, Islamic State, are sneaking battle-hardened jihadists from Syria into Nigeria to train terrorists for possible attacks in Britain, a United Kingdom newspaper, The Sun, reported on Monday. […]
By Prudence Arobani New York – No fewer than 11 million survivors of the destructive Boko Haram insurgents are in desperate need of humanitarian aids. Mr Toby Lanzer, the Humanitarian Coordinator for the Sahel, […]