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Nigeria: Open letter on addressing the toll of Northeast Nigeria’s conflict on children

WorldNews Tuesday, 15 September 2020
Nigeria: Open letter on addressing the toll of Northeast Nigeria’s conflict on childrenIn this open letter to the President, Amnesty International urges the Nigerian government to ensure all children detained in Giwa Barracks, Kainji military base, Maiduguri Maximum Prison, the Operation Safe Corridor facility outside Gombe, and other detention facilities associated with the conflict in Northeast Nigeria are immediately released, or are only detained as a very last resort and held in humane conditions in a civilian facility. The organization also calls for the immediate release of these children and access for them to education and psychosocial support....
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