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UN raises alarm over Plan Abduction of Humanitarian Workers by BH/ ISWAP in Borno

UN raises alarm over Plan Abduction of Humanitarian Workers by BH/ ISWAP in Borno

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By: Zagazola Makama 

The United Nations Department of Safety and Security (UNDSS) on Tuesday raised alarm over plans by Boko Haram/ISWAP to abduct humanitarian workers in Banki in Bama Local Government Area.

According to an advisory information release by the UNDSS, it noted that it has a course to believe that the insurgents has perfected  plans to abduct humanitarian workers.

However, it said  no specific time was revealed.

“As a mitigation measures the UNDSS FSA has alerted all Heads of Agencies (HoAs) and Security Focal Persons (SFP)  on the impending threat. 

“It also advised them to  ensure that staff vulnerability should be avoided and to also reduce the level of exposure of any kind,”the UNDSS said.

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