• June 19, 2021

580 Houses Allocated By Borno Governor To Displaced Families

=== (AGENDAWATCHDOG) === Borno State governor, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum , has commissioned 580 units of two bedroom houses and proceeded to immediately allocate them to families displaced by Boko Haram’s insurgency.

The governor unveiled the houses in Auno town of Konduga local government area at a brief ceremony that was attended by government officials, the district head of Auno and displaced families that were given the houses under the state government’s drive towards safe and dignified resettlement of IDPs across the state.

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The 580 houses were built by the state Ministry of Reconstruction, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (RRR) on Zulum’s approval, while a resettlement committee co-chaired by commissioner for RRR, Engr Mustapha Gubio and the special adviser on sustainable development, partnerships and humanitarian support, Dr Mairo Mandara supervised the allocation of the houses and resettlement.

Governor Zulum symbolically presented letters of allocation to the families, and directed the resettlement committee to work towards moving more displaced families from IDPs camps to dignified homes.

Agenda Watchdog

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