Problems Of Internally Displaced Persons In Nigeria
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.
Zaid Jurji, chief of water, sanitation, and hygiene section at UNICEF Nigeria, in this piece, advocates for the need to appeal to and attract the private sector in the open defecation campaign in Nigeria.
The move was revealed by its founder, Senator Rochas Anayo Okorocha, who led other members of the Foundation to the Durumi IDPs camp where it handed food and other supplies to the inhabitants of the camp.
The governor also urged President Muhammadu Buhari to call for a national dialogue forum where Nigerians would frankly speak on issues affecting the country, particularly insecurity and proffer solutions.
Residents in six Zamfara communities of Lilo, Fura Girke, Kowha, Kundumau,Yargeba and Bundugel have returned home after security situation in the state improved.
The walk, which took place on Sunday at Ogoja local government area of Cross River, had the theme “’Step with refugees’, while banners with the inscription such as ‘`I stand with refugees’ were displayed.