19 December 2016

NGALA – Seen from above in a helicopter, the straight white walls of Ngala camp in north-east Nigeria carve a misshapen star out of the dry brown scrub.

There are 55,000 people living in tents and straw huts inside the geometric garrison, protected from Boko Haram jihadists by the military.

Though the city of Ngala is less than a kilometre away, these people can't go back to a normal life.

Source: ENCA

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