Police express shock over female IDPs’ abuse report

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The Borno State Police Command, has expressed shock over allegations of sexual abuse of girls and women by officials guarding Internally Displaced Persons camps in the state. In its latest report, Human Rights Watch, an NGO, alleged that officials guarding IDPs’ camps in Borno sexually abuse young girls and women. Reacting to the report while […]

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