Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, in Adamawa camps have asked for recruitment into the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, as well as Nigerian Immigration Service, NIS.
They made the appeal when Commandant General of the NSCDC, Abdullahi Muhammad Gana and the state Comptroller of NIS, Ubi Ukpi, accompanied the Interior Minister, Abdulrahman Dambazau, to the camps recently.
Gana presented bags of rice and cooking oil to the displaced persons at Malkohi camp in Yola.
The NSCDC boss, who was represented by the Adamawa State Commandant, Muhammadu Durumin-Iya, said the NSCDC shared the grief of those who lost family members and property to insurgency.
According to him, “We are here in fulfilment of a promise made and pronounced by the Minister of Interior.”
Durimi also said that training of their men in Jaji would soon commence to go back to the battle field in other to support sister security organisations to totally wade off Boko Haram in the country.
Earlier, the state Comptroller of Immigration, Ubi Ukpi had donated sewing machines for the training programme at the camp as part of the pledge made by the Comptroller General, Martins Kure.

READ ALSO  Presidential ticket: Atiku won’t disregard Jonathan’s advice on Obasanjo, says aide