Daily Trust had reported how a soldier opened fire on a humanitarian worker, a pilot attached to the United Nations and his colleague.
While three persons -two soldiers and a civilian – reportedly lost their lives, the pilot survived with injury.
In a tribute, one of her colleagues said she worked in another humanitarian agency before joining DM.
Sylvester Joseph, a Facebook user, wrote, “The ugly incident that happened in Damboa yesterday in Borno State is a blow to the entire humanitarian community, as an aid worker you have sacrificed a lot for humanity. Mrs Alem Muluseta, you will be missed surely my former human resources coordinator at Premiere Urgency International and presently with Medeci de Monde; I sincerely sympathize with immediate family… Rest well Mrs Alem we will surely miss you.”
Insinuating that the soldier who killed the aid worker had mental instability, Joseph wrote, “All I say mental health should be taken seriously in this part of the world so such eventuality will not repeat itself anymore.”
“I am shocked and deeply saddened by the incident that happened in Damboa yesterday (Thursday). My condolence goes to the family of Mrs Alem Muluseta, her colleagues at Medicine de Monde (DM), the whole Humanitarian Community and the United Nations, who continually make huge sacrifices to support our people”.
“We remain confident that our Military and other security agencies are committed to ensure peace and security of lives and property in Borno state. We will continue to work together with the Military, and our partners to support Mental Health Programs in the Theatre” Zulum wrote. Continue reading