Thirteen Years On: Millions Displaced In Lake Chad
The Crisis Room: Episode 49
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It’s been thirteen years since Northeast Nigeria and neighbouring countries of Chad, Niger, and Cameroon suffered a violent uprising. Since then, these regions have endured one of the most severe humanitarian crisis in the world, with over 11 million people in need of humanitarian assistance.
In today’s episode, we analyse the plight of the victims affected by the ongoing crisis.
Hosted by Mariam Mustapha and Murtala Abdullahi
Production Team: Murtala Abdullahi, Tracy-Allen Ezechukwu, and Anthony Asemota.
The Executive Producer is Ahmad Salkida.
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