MSF laments withdrawal from Rann after terrorists attack

  • 05-03-2018 Photo credit: OCHA


    The medical charity, Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF) has described as painful its decision to suspend operations in the northeastern Nigerian town of Rann.
    MSF announced over the weekend that it was suspending its operations in the Nigerian town after a suspected Boko Haram attack that killed eleven people including three aid workers.
    But speaking to WADR, MSF Emergency Coordinator to Nigeria, Kerri Ann Kelly said that her organization will resume operations in Rann as soon as the security situation there improves.