Borno State Governor Babagana Umara Zulum on Sunday supervised the distribution of N80 million and food supplies to 16,000 female returnees in the township of Gwoza as part of activities on the second day of his humanitarian visit to towns and villages in Gwoza Local Government Area of Southern Borno.
The Governor, who arrived at Gwoza on Friday, had, on Saturday, supervised the distribution of N150 million to small and medium-scale traders as well as food to 27,000 people, mostly male family members who returned after fleeing from Boko Haram occupation.
When activities resumed on Sunday, each of the 16,000 women received N5, 000 cash to complement the variety of food items given to each of them.
The intervention is part of the continued support to vulnerable residents of communities whose means of livelihood is affected by activities of Boko Haram. Government try help to put a stop over this attacks from all corners because our lives matters
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