Since the news broke out that some of the abducted women freed from the Sambisa forest, Borno State are pregnant and mostly in unstable condition, many peole have been asking what is the plan of government for them? Ipas has been very supportive of the needs of the providers by offering to train a number of them on reproductive health needs of women and girls.
An All Progressive Congress (APC) youth group under the aegis of 'Carry Go Borno State Project' (CGBP) led by its Coordinator, Mr. Ijudigal Fali yesterday, appealed to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) House of Representatives candidate in Hawul and Askira Uba Federal Constituency, Hon. Munda Satumari to withdraw the the petition filed to the Court of Tribunal sitting in Jos challenging the victory of Hon.
Borno state authorities urged the local and international community to enhance support to the displaced people living in camps. According to Leadership, Alhaji Grema Terab, the chairman of Borno Emergency Management Agency, disclosed that each of the 21 camps recorded about six child births daily. "We record an average of between five and six births in each of the 21 camps daily. The IDPs are residents of 22 out of the 27 local government areas of the state.
Nigeria has rescued at least 275 women and children from the camp of Boko Haram in the northeastern Borno State, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) said Thursday. Last weekend, the women and children were taken in buses by the military to an airport in Yola, where they boarded military aircraft to the unknown destination, the source added.
The organizers of the event said the session would last for one week and called on other Nigerians to seek Allah's favours for the incoming government to succeed. A member of the community, Alhaji Bala Daura Deda, who spoke on behalf of the communities, tasked members to give their maximum support and cooperation towards maintaining law and order in the country.
The four-man team established by a political activist, Alh. Senate Presidency: APC Lawmakers Should Heed Directives Of Party- Ibrahim By Jonathan Nda-Isaiah Ahead the inauguration of the 8th National Assembly In June ,Senator Bukar Abba Ibrahim has advised APC lawmakers in the legislature to heed the directives of the party regarding voting of principal officers in both houses.
Ibrahim Mai Riga (alias Kawulala), a 30 year old man who trekked from Taraba to Borno state to show appreciation to the Nigerian military over their efforts at liberating captured territories from Boko Haram, has been awarded for his effort. Riga also visited the emir of Gwoza, Alhaji Mustapha Muhammadu Idrissa Timta, who bestowed the title of 'Sarkin Tafiya' (Master Trekker) on him "We are proud of you because your trek is symbolic and opens the way for our people that fled to various locations within Nigeria and neighbouring countries to return," the emir said.
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The Federal Government inter ministerial committee on the assessment visit consist of the representative of the Federal ministry of health, education works, the Red cross and other nongovernmental organizations headed by the Director Search and Rescue of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Air commodore Charles Otegbade. The deputy governor said though the military has liberated 97 percent of the communities taken over by insurgents in Borno, it will take time for the government to fumigate and diffuse the landmines before they are relocated to their various communities and appealed to the Federal Government and NEMA to take over the feeding of the IDPs.
Shettima, who was elected during a meeting of the NSGF on Monday at the Niger State Governors Lodge in Abuja, will be assisted by the current Deputy Governor of Kano State and Governor- elect, Abdullahi Ganduje as deputy chairman. "The goal is to mediate and unite the Nigeria Governors' Forum, that has been fragmented in the past few years," the governor said.
The governor made the demand in his paper presentation at Day-Two of a conference organised by the Savannah Centre for Diplomacy, Democracy and Development (SCDDD). The governor, at the conference themed, 'Post-2015 Elections Conference on Security and Governance Challenges in Africa's Largest Democracy', urged the incoming All Progressive Congress (APC) government to immediately recommend the allocation of at least 13 % of revenue derived from petroleum resources in addition to the usual monthly allocation to the states in north eastern Nigeria to ameliorate their condition due to the Boko Haram insurgency..
According to the Deputy Director, Army Public Relations, Colonel Tukur Gusau, movement is now allowed between 8am and 5pm daily. "The 7 Division Nigerian Army has after reviewing security situation in Maiduguri decided to relax the curfew. "Residents of Maiduguri are advised to continue with their normal activities within the stipulated period and also continue to monitor the media for updates," the statement read.