MAIDUGURI – The Nigerian army bans Unicef is still to work longer in the northeast of the country. Employees of the UN children’s fund to train there, “spies”, saying the armed forces.
The Nigerian army doesn’t allow Unicef is still to work longer in the northeast of the country.
The army says in a statement that staff of Unicef “spies train, and bets that the insurgents and their sympathizers to support it.” That would be the fight against terrorism in danger. Unicef has not yet responded to the allegations.
In the northeast of the African country is the terrorist organisation Boko Haram is active. That jihadists sowing for years death and destruction.