UN Reaffirms Support for Nigeria’s Anti-insurgency Campaign

The United Nations’ Deputy Humanitarian Coordinator for Nigeria, Mr Peter Lundberg, has said at a press conference on Saturday in Maiduguri that the UN would continue to support Nigeria to address the major problems affecting education, health, malnutrition and security challenges occasioned by the Boko Haram insurgency. Lundberg reaffirmed that the controversial raid conducted by…”
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August 13, 2017 4:07 pm

The United Nations’ Deputy Humanitarian Coordinator for Nigeria, Mr Peter Lundberg, has said at a press conference on Saturday in Maiduguri that the UN would continue to support Nigeria to address the major problems affecting education, health, malnutrition and security challenges occasioned by the Boko Haram insurgency.

Lundberg reaffirmed that the controversial raid conducted by the military on UN Humanitarian facility in Maiduguri would not affect its relations with Nigeria, adding that the issue had been amicably resolved and its services which were formerly suspended have since resumed.

He said “I am very pleased to inform you that our relationship of collaboration and trust is intact, and at this stage we are focused on the work ahead, to ensure that the millions of vulnerable people in the North-Ea

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