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BORNO GOVERNMENT ALLOCATES 447 HOUSES, FOOD ITEMS TO IDPs IN DALORI       

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BORNO GOVERNMENT ALLOCATES 447 HOUSES, FOOD ITEMS TO IDPs IN DALORI                                                                                                                  25-02-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                      The Borno State government has commenced the allocation of 447 resettlement housing units to internally displaced persons at Dalori community in Konduga local government area of the state.

Governor Babagana Zulum who launched the exercise also distributed food items and other basic necessities to families dislodged by the Boko Haram insurgency.

He said the beneficiaries were drawn from Kawar Maila camp with 197 households and 250 families from Dalori camp, remarked that newly resettled community have been provided with a hospital, school and water facilities.

The Governor assured that his administration will also provide agricultural kits and entrepreneural support for the returnees to have sustainable livelihood.

“The resettled IDPs were drawn from two locations: 197 households from Kawar Maila camp and 250 families from Dalori town.

Each of the 447 households, comprising about 2,500 family members received food items, mats, blankets and clothing materials” Zulum said.

Zulum also hinted a plan for the reconstruction and resettlement of Dalwa and Sandiya communities which were displaced and devastated by the Boko Haram insurgents in Konduga Local Government Area.

Similarly, Governor Babagana Zulum has also flagged off the closure of all informal IDP camps in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.

He said It is no longer sustainable to keep people in camps, stressing that all informal IDP camps in Maiduguri would be closed before May 29, 2024.

“We want people to be responsible members in their various communities by contributing to the development of the state. Therefore, we will return them to their ancestral homes so that they can start fending for themselves.” Zulum announced.

The Governor noted that all official IDP camps in Maiduguri Metropolitan Council and its environs had been closed since last year.

 

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