Babagana Zulum the executive Governor of Borno state has taking a decisive measure by re-alloting 100 houses to the internally displaced persons (IDPs), to help alleviate their pains, Nigerianjournalreports.
Babagana has on Monday, 8th of June, re-alloted about 100 houses that were unoccupied for the use of IDPs.
Again the houses in Bama town were given to people who had lost their homes as a result of the ongoing war against Boko Haram, hence this serves as part of the recovery efforts of the Borno state government after Boko Haram terrorist activities on the citizens of the state.
In actualization of this recent development, Governor Babagana Umaru Zulum has revoked allocations of over 100 empty houses built in Bama town, the said 100 units of two-bedroom houses, was built by Alhaji Muhammad Indimi, Borno’s billionaire businessman as part of support to his home state.
Babagana Zulum in a statement shared on his official media handles stated that all the houses should be occupied immediately by the internally displaced persons IDPs, who have no decent shelter at the camp, this order was given by the Governor while speaking at the Shehu of Bama’s palace, Shehu Umar Ibn Kyari Elkanemi, with some government officials in his company to help in the distribution of relief items to those in dire need of it.