The United Nations (UN) has condemned the assaults by Boko Haram in opposition to civilians and help amenities in Dikwa, Borno State.
Humanitarian Coordinator for Nigeria, Edward Kallon, mentioned he was gravely disturbed by the incidents which have put help to about 100,000 folks in jeopardy.
“The assault began final evening and, as data continues to be coming by means of”, his assertion on Tuesday learn.
The UN prime official expressed his outrage on the burning and harm of a number of help companies and a hospital
Kallon mentioned he was involved in regards to the security of civilians in Dikwa, together with internally displaced folks inside and out of doors camps and 1000’s of people that just lately returned to rebuild their lives after years of displacement.
Kallon famous that the newest assaults will have an effect on the assist supplied to just about 100,000 folks desperately in want of humanitarian help and safety, significantly because the COVID-19 pandemic dangers spreading in Borno State.
“Civilians and help employees, their amenities and belongings ought to by no means be a goal. They have to be protected and revered always.”
The UN referred to as on all armed events to right away cease the violence and respect worldwide humanitarian regulation and human rights regulation, and make sure the safety of civilians, humanitarian property and personnel.