Human Rights Commission Raises Concern Over Food Crisis

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The National Human Rights Commission, NHRC, has raised concern over the rising food crisis in the country.

A statement issued by NHRC Deputy Director, Public Affairs and External Linkages, Fatimah Mohammed, stated that the crisis has worsened access to healthy and nutritious food.

The statement attributed the scenario to insecurity chasing farmers from their farms, coupled with many farmlands submerged in water due to flooding.

It lamented that it had become increasingly difficult for many citizens to make a decent living due to poor access to balanced diet.

Written by: Helen Obih

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