Michael Olugbode, Maiduguri The United Nations has said flood has cut off over 40,000 persons from food supply and other humanitarian services in Rann, northern Borno. A statement by the UN Office for the Coordination of the Humanitarian Affairs on Saturday said: “More than 40,000 men, women and children – mostly internally displaced people –
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