Internally Displaced Persons Camps In Nigeria
The Catholic Bishop of Yola, Most Reverend Dam Mamza, is currently building an estate with 86 houses for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Adamawa state.
According to the displaced Zamfara state women, hunger and cold weather pose a major threat to them and their children at their place of refuge in Kebbi state.
The foundation, founded by the wife of the Kebbi state governor, Hajiya Aisha Bagudu, engaged the IDPs with training on phone repairs, catering, among others.
Governor Babagana Umaru Zulum has revoked allocations of over 100 empty houses built in Bama town to be used for Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) in the area.
The African Action Congress (AAC) has warned that the recent repatriation of almajiris across Nigeria is spreading the dreaded COVID-19 across the country.
UNICEF on Tuesday, May 5 warned that internally displaced children – including in Nigeria - are among the world’s most vulnerable to the COVID-19 pandemic.