Federal Government has agreed to intensify its involvement in the management of the internally displaced persons, IDPs camps in Maiduguri in order to improve on their welfare.
This is sequel to an agreement reached between the Borno state government and the federal government, which was represented by its agency, the National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA.
At the meeting which was held at the Borno State Government House were the representatives from NEMA led by the agency’s Director, Search and Rescue, Air Commodore Charles Otegbade, while the Borno state team was led by the deputy governor, Alhaji Zannah Mustapha and had in attendance the chairman of the State Emergency Management Agency, Mallam Grema Terab.
Before the meeting went into a close door session, the leader of the NEMA team said they were in the state to work out modalities which will better the lots of the displaced persons at the camps.
At the camps, the teams admitted that the situations needed to be improved upon.

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