Nigerian Army authorities celebrate latest successes against ISWAP/Boko Haram terrorists. However, it is important to note that the conflict in the North East of Nigeria has been ongoing for over a decade, and despite various military offensives, the terrorist groups have been able to maintain a significant presence in the region.
Across Northeast, 11 million displaced Nigerians out of 13 million, still begging for humanitarian aid
International public concern on the grave humanitarian crisis in the North-East axis of Nigeria seems to be on the wane as the Boko Haram insurgency stretches on for its 11th year.
Islamic State (IS) killed 11 Nigerian soldiers in an attack on the northeastern town of Gajiganna, the group claimed through its news agency AMAQ on Saturday. The Jihadist organization said the attack […]
Around eight million people in the North-East region of Nigeria are in need of assistance, a global humanitarian organisation that is committed to ending world hunger, Action Against Hunger, has said.
Islamist insurgency Boko Haram has claimed it carried out Monday’s attack on the northeast Nigerian town of Rann, according to a video released on Thursday by Nigerian journalist Ahmad Salkida.
The armed security forces fighting insurgents in the troubled North-East axis of Nigeria were locked in a bloody battle with the rampaging Boko Haram that lasted to the early hours of this Friday.
Mr Ebrima Faal Senior Director, Nigeria Country Department, African Development Bank (AfDB), said the bank’s 256 million dollar initiative would support government’s effort to rehabilitate homes in the North-East.
The Nigerian Police Force has deepened its role in the anti-terrorism war in the north east, with the deployment of 2000 men to join Operation Lafiya Dole.
The first-ever joint humanitarian fund in which the private sector would join donors is to be launched by the UN and Nigerian business leaders to raise fund for rebuilding of northeast.