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Nigeria to face famine in 2017 – Report

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– Nigeria is expected to face famine in 2017, according to a recent report by the Famine Early Warning System Network (FEWS NET)

– The report says the rampage of Boko Haram insurgents contributed negatively to market activity and normal livelihoods for Nigerians

– The report further disclosed that an estimate of 70 million people across 45 countries will require emergency food assistance this year

President Buhari is expected to save the country from famine having emerged President on the mantra of change

As a result of the persistent conflict and economic instability in the country, Nigeria and three other countries will likely face famine in 2017, Premium Times reports.

This is according to a report released on Wednesday January 25 by the Famine Early Warning System Network (FEWS NET), an agency supported by the United States Agency for International Development, USAID.

According to the report, the rampage of Boko Haram insurgents contributed negatively to market activity and normal livelihoods for Nigerians.

It further disclosed that an estimate of 70 million people across 45 countries will require emergency food assistance this year.

The report read in part: “Food insecurity during 2017 will be driven primarily by three factors. Most importantly, persistent conflict is disrupting livelihoods, limiting trade, and restricting humanitarian access across many regions, including the Lake Chad Basin, the Central African Republic, Sudan, South Sudan, the Great Lakes Region, Somalia, Yemen, Ukraine, Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan,” the report stated.

According to the report, the rampage of Boko Haram insurgents contributed negatively to market activity and normal livelihoods for Nigerians.

It further disclosed that an estimate of 70 million people across 45 countries will require emergency food assistance this year.

The report read in part: “Food insecurity during 2017 will be driven primarily by three factors. Most importantly, persistent conflict is disrupting livelihoods, limiting trade, and restricting humanitarian access across many regions, including the Lake Chad Basin, the Central African Republic, Sudan, South Sudan, the Great Lakes Region, Somalia, Yemen, Ukraine, Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan,” the report stated.

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