Boko Haram: Assault on my convoy by terrorists unlucky – Governor Zulum

Borno State Governor, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum, has described the assault on his convoy on Friday as most unlucky.

He, nonetheless, stated it could not deter his plan to make sure all Internally Displaced Individuals, IDPs, return to their houses after a protracted keep within the camps in an effort to resume their actions as free and never restricted individuals.

Professor Babagana Zulum, who was in Baga regardless of the setback on his convoy, the place 12 policemen, 13 civilians and 5 troopers misplaced their lives because of the ambush by suspect Boko Haram militants, additionally saluted the efforts of the safety operatives for preventing gallantly and repelling the assault.

He noticed that, though there was lack of lives, which could be very unlucky, he nonetheless has confidence that peace will return to Borno State, the northeast and Nigeria.

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“We have now seen the extent of labor accomplished by the Resettlement Committee, we have now seen the renewed efforts of the Nigeria Army and I believe to date so good, we have now achieved rather a lot in our collective effort and plan for the Resettlement of the Baga Neighborhood beneath the section one relocation train.

“We have now put in place a befitting main well being care facility, we have now rehabilitated water provide distribution community, and we have now additionally put in place wanted infrastructure for a clean begin of Schooling programmes.

“Crucial of all to make sure these items kick begin with out going through problem is the institution of civil authorities, which on floor. We have now renovated the Homes of the Conventional Rulers, constructed Police Station and Markets amongst others. We’re positive that we’re good to go,” Zulum stated

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Talking additional on the assault, Zulum stated, “What occurred is unlucky, however it will by no means deter us from fulfilling our mandate on the secure return of our IDPs.

“We will stay resolute, we will stay brave, and we will stay decided to make sure the individuals which are prepared to return again of sufficient safety.”

In the meantime, the Senator Representing Northern Borno, Sen. Abubakar S Kyari, Speaker BOSHA Hon. Abdulkarim Lawan, Hon. TM Monguno, and Hon. Malum Bukar Gana Kareto additionally arrived in Baga city for the resettlement of the group.

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