HumAngle Daily Recap 6/7/2022

 

Daily Recap

Here is our recap of todays news.

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Over 820 Killed, Kidnapped In Nigeria In May, Electoral Violence On The Rise

Analysis of data collected by the Nigeria Security Tracker (NST) for May 2022 shows that at least 594 people were killed while 227 were kidnapped over one month. The data is an improvement on the security situation in the previous month when 917 persons were killed and 343 others abducted. In May, 321 of the …

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Police, Commercial Motorcyclists Clash In Lagos Over Motorcycle Ban

Police officers fired tear gas on Tuesday, June 7, to disperse commercial motorcycles popularly known as Okada at Idi Araba of Lagos State, Southwest Nigeria.  The latter were protesting the ban on Okada by the state government in some local government areas.  HumAngle learnt that trouble started as commercial bike riders resisted members of the …

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CVE Gender Bias And Deradicalisation

To address the Boko Haram insurgency, Nigeria designed a de-radicaization and rehabilitization program to help reintegrate the members of this group into society.

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What Norway’s Proposed Aid Cut Could Mean For Nigeria

The Government of Norway is reportedly planning to reallocate its development funds to support more in-donor refugee costs. The in-donor refugee costs are being used to accommodate refugees from Ukraine amid the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.  But the move has raised concerns over a diversion of funds from existing commitments in low-income countries like Nigeria. In …

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WFP, FAO List Nigeria, 19 Others Hunger Hotspot

A new joint report by the World Food Programme (WFP) and the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) has warned that acute food insecurity will likely worsen in Nigeria and 19 countries from June to Sept. 2022.  The report came out on Monday, June 6. It issued an early warning for humanitarian action in 20 “Hunger …

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UN Soldiers Stop Russian Mercenaries From Abducting Prisoners In Central African Republic

Egyptian contingent attached to the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) on Sunday, June 5, prevented some Russian mercenaries of the Wagner Security Group from abducting five prisoners from the Roux military prison in Bangui, Central African Republic. A military source who witnessed the altercation told HumAngle that the …

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Militias Die In Clashes Between Armed Groups In DR Congo

Six militias died during clashes between the Twigwaheno-Makanika and Biloze Bishambuke armed groups in the Fizi Haut-Plateaux of South Kivu in the Democratic Republic of Congo last weekend. According to military sources, seven persons also sustained injuries in the clashes in Monyi, near Minembwe. In addition, many properties were destroyed by the parties. “The security …

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Terrorists Abduct 23 Persons, Kill 3 In Zamfara

A terror gang led by one Dogo Gudale has abducted about 23 persons from three villages in Bukuyum Local Government Area of Zamfara State, Northwest Nigeria. The attack on Tuesday, June 7, occurred at about 5:30 a.m. (WAT). HumAngle learnt that those abducted were mainly young men from Gayawa, Takalafiya, and Kairu villages.  A Village …

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East African Military Chiefs Plan Regional Force To Fight Armed Groups In DR Congo

Military chiefs from member states of the East African Community (EAC) met in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo, Monday, June 6, to discuss the constitution of a regional force to fight local and foreign armed groups in the eastern DR Congo. The meeting brought together military chiefs from the EAC countries of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, …

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Community Health Champions Adopt Door-to-Door Approach To Curb  Monkeypox In Nigeria’s Yobe State

Yobe State Government, Northeast Nigeria, has trained about 20 community health extension workers (CHEWs) with preventive messages about the monkeypox outbreak. The state government deployed this strategy with the World Health Organization’s (WHO) support to reach 20,0000 households with risk communication messages. Abubakar Bintu, 40, one of the trained CHEWs who lives in the state’s …

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