In North-East Nigeria four people were killed in an attack by militants on a convoy of the world food programme (WFP). About it reports Reuters.
The incident occurred on Saturday, December 16, in Borno state. The convoy, which included WFP-contracted trucks was escorted by the Nigerian military.
The speaker programme, the UN reported that among the victims were the truck driver and the driver’s assistant. Information about the other two victims of the attack, the media could not be obtained. In a press-service of army of Nigeria declined to comment.
Now representatives of the runway to find out the location of the trucks.
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