The United Nation has condemned the attack by Boko Haram terrorists on its offices and humanitarian facilities in Damasak town of Borno State. It was gathered that at least four people, including a soldier, were killed in the attack. UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Nigeria, Edward Kallon in a statement expressed his sorrow and concern about the situation stating that it will affect humanitarian operations in the town. “I strongly condemn the attack, as humanitarian aid operations and facilities are the lifelines for people affected by violence and conflict in northeast Nigeria who are dependent on assistance to survive. “Humanitarian operations in Damasak will be reduced due to the violent attack, which will affect the support to 8,800 internally displaced people and 76,000 people in the host community receiving humanitarian assistance and protection there”, the statement read in part.