NEMA relocates IDPs to new Camps in Borno


NEMA relocates IDPs to new Camps in Borno
As part of efforts to depopulate the growing population of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the camp set up at Dikwa Local Government of Borno State, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) in collaboration with the state Emergency Management Agency (BOSEMA) has started moving IDPS to new camps set up in Ngala, Marte,Bama and Mafa L.G.A’S of Borno state.
Deputy Governor of Borno State, Alh Usman Dikwa accompanied by chairmen of the local governments affected were at Dikwa where a team of emergency and humanitarian workers led by zonal coordinator NEMA North-East, Muhammed Kanar delivered food items and medicaments for the upkeep of the IDPS in their new locations.
A statement by Abdulkadir Ibrahim, Information officer NEMA North East Zone said buses and trailers were provided to transport the IDPs and their belongings to their local Government of origin among the places declared safe by the military.
NEMA mobile clinic and medical team were on hand to provide medical care, while excavators were provided to dig trenches in the new locations to make them more fortified.


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