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Nigerians displaced by Boko Haram violence find themselves in a catch-22. In many places in northeast Nigeria, the government is preparing to shut down displacement camps housing as many as 150,000 people. On the one hand, several of the home villages of displaced persons from northeast Nigeria remain insecure, so safe return is impossible. And, the economy has become so disrupted by the conflict that making a living becomes barely viable. On the other hand, even if safe return and economic opportunities were made available, scores of displaced people may face social exclusion from their home villages being treated as cowards for leaving. The majority of those displaced are brothers and sisters in Christ. Learn more: