The humanitarian coordinator in Nigeria, Mr Edward Kallon, on Tuesday condemned the deadly attacks targeting innocent civilians in towns in Borno state.
The United Nations has called on the federal government of Nigeria to investigate and prosecute people behind the ultimatum against Igbos in the norther.
Edward Kallon, UN’s Humanitarian Coordinator, said in a statement released to the media that the invasion was unauthorized. The army has released a statement.
The United Nations has reportedly set up a new fund called ‘Nigeria Humanitarian Fund’ to help fight the crisis caused by Boko Haram in the north-east.
Okechukwu Isiguzoro reportedly insisted that except a referendum was conducted in Nigeria, the country will continue to witness agitations in many quarters.
The governor informed the United Nations that his administration has improved security through the diligent implementation of the state amnesty programme.
Oba Ogunwusi who expressed shock at the demise of the professor and executive director of United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA), Professor Babatunde Osotimehin.
The situation further compounded the bad conditions thousands of locals displaced by Boko Haram were already exposed to in the state, the United Nations said.
The Nigerian army has lost of a special soldier who was until his death, attached to the African Union–United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur, UNAMID.
Ambassador Sola Enikanolaiye, who is the permanent secretary in the ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that only a handful of the citizens were deviants.
An expert has sited Nigeria’s porous borders as a major reason Boko Haram, a terrorist group, successfully launches attacks on villages in the north-east.
Ibrahim Idris is appealing to the federal government to consider recruiting an additional 50, 000 men to the current strength of the country’s police force.
The groups urged the Umited Nations to stop the unending killings and brutal treatment meted out to people of the defunct eastern region by Nigerian government.
Some member countries have expressed concern over the continuous chairing of the committee by Nigeria due to its declining participating in peacekeeping.
It will take 170 years to achieve economic equality between women and men says the UN Deputy Secretary-General, Ms Amina Mohammed who is also a Nigerian.
Borno state alone suffered losses worth $6.2 billion, Matthew Rycroft, the president of the UN Security Council, told reporters on Sunday, March 5 in Maidugiri.
Several experts have said is that the same people driving the Boko Haram crisis and preventing it from ending have a hand in these other security challenges.
Former senate president, Ameh Ebute, wants United Nations to sanction two African countries, Cameroun and Chad over alleged role in the Boko Haram insurgency.
Nigeria is a country that has the highest number of citizens who desperately take dangerous routes just to get to Europe, a report from the office of the UNHCR.
The body language of these bodies surprisingly suggests countries facing threats of terrorism like Nigeria are on their own that the problem is exclusive.
On the second anniversary of the Abidjan declaration, the federal government of Nigeria is working out plans to issue UN passports to stateless refugees.
Northeast Nigeria requires an average of one million dollars daily to provide food assistance for the victims of the Boko Haram terrorists says UN report.