Victims of Boko Haram attack gets relief items from Borno SEMA
NEWS DIGEST–The Borno State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) on Wednesday, distributed relief items to victims of Boko Haram insurgency in four communities in Konduga Local Government area of the state.
The insurgents had on Oct. 31, attacked Dolori 2 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp; Kofa, Mallumti, Ngomari and Gozari.
Report by the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) indicated that 8 persons were killed and 2, 940 others displaced in the attack.
Presenting the items, Hajiya Yabawa Kolo, SEMA Coordinator, who was represented by Ali Alhaji, the Director Planning of SEMA said the gesture was to mitigate the suffering of the victims of the attack.
Kolo said that the items Include food stuff, blankets, detergents, clothing materials and insecticide treated nets.
The coordinator said that the state government would collaborate with the Presidential Committee on North-East Initiative (PCNI), to rehabilitate and reconstruct houses destroyed during the attack.
Kolo called on the people to be vigilant and report suspicious movements and activities in their communities to security agencies.(NAN)