Nigerians displaced by Boko Haram hesitate to return home

In northern Nigeria, the army has pushed Boko Haram out of almost all the areas it controlled a year ago, but the fight is by no means over. Over two million people displaced by the violence remain in limbo, unsure whether it's safe to return home. Reconstruction work by the government is yet to begin, while millions in Adamawa and Borno states are experiencing food shortages. Our correspondents report from Adamawa state, where some Internally Displaced People are nevertheless returning home.


A programme prepared by Yong Chim and Laura Burloux

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