Gwoza Youths Commend Zulum, Solicit Support for other Resettlements
AREWA AGENDA – The leadership of Gwoza Youth Community Watch Forum (GYCWF) commends the effort of Borno State Governor for his determination to resettle and transform Ngoshe Community.
This is contained in a statement released by its chairman, Engr. Mohammed Hamman Saleh, in a press conference on Monday, 19th October, 2020.
Hamman said, “Ngoshe Community was among the several communities in Gwoza Local Government displaced by insurgents. The town has been inaccessible for a decade with more than 14,000 of its displaced people taking shelter in IDP Camps across the nation and in the neighbouring Country (Cameroun Republic)”
But today, that question is not only numeral in the heart of people but has been cleared as the Borno State Governor resettled and transformed the Community through Ngoshe resettlement program: Deputy Governor, Hon. Kadafur.
After words of appreciation, the leadership of Gwoza Youths solicits support of the State Governor to resettle the community of Ashigashiya/Kirawa, Hambagda, Limankara Wala and Warabe to the same rank of Ngoshe Community.
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