Seven years of war against Boko Haram have left northeastern Nigeria in the grips of a malnutrition emergency. Borno state has borne the brunt of the violence. Some areas remain cut off from aid by fighting, while camps for people displaced by the conflict are overflowing in the state capital. Chika Oduah has the story for VOA from Maiduguri.
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