Nigerian State To Shut Down Camps Of Internally Displaced Persons

Nigerian State To Shut Down Camps Of Internally Displaced Persons

Borno State has made plans to shut down camps that are holding thousands of persons displaced by the ongoing Islamist insurgency. Information Guide Nigeria

According to EGYPT INDEPENDENT, the Governor, Babgana Zulum disclosed this on Friday will noting that insecurity in the state has reduced.

EGYPT INDEPENDENT reports that conflict between insurgents and Nigeria’s armed forces have spread to Cameroon and Chad adding that it has left about 300,000 dead and millions dependent on aid as reported by United Nations. Jamb Result

According to EGYPT INDEPENDENT, Borno shares a border with Niger, Cameroon, and Chad and has been the foremost outpost of an insurgency Boko Haram and its offshoot Islamic State for West Africa Province (ISWAP).

Read Other Top News:

Speaking, Babgana Zulum said, “So far so good, Borno State government has started well and arrangements have been concluded to ensure the closure of all internally displaced persons camps that are inside Maiduguri metropolis on or before 31st December 2021”.

Check and Confirm: How much is Dollar to Naira Today    Pounds to Naira Today

🤑 Start making money from home today!

👉 Get correct FREE TIPS and Guides on how to make money from home today. Click here to start



👍Showcase your business here!

With over 1M unique users per month across all channels, we have a large audience for you to showcase your products and services. Simply get in touch via 👉


🤑 Make Money now!

👉 Make money writing for us. Apply for Freelance writing jobs in Nigeria.

👉 Make Money as InfoGuideNigeria Advertising Agents, read more here


This post can be helpful to somebody else, please share it on Facebook, Whatsapp, Telegram and Twitter. There are buttons below for this (easy to use too)!

Copyright Warning!

Contents on this website may not be republished, reproduced, redistributed either in whole or in part without due permission or acknowledgment.
Proper acknowledgment includes, but not limited to (a) LINK BACK TO THE ARTICLE in the case of re-publication on online media, (b) Proper referencing in the case of usage in research, magazine, brochure, or academic purposes,.
All contents are protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 1996 (DMCA).
We publish all contents with good intentions. If you own this content & believe your copyright was violated or infringed, please contact us at [] to file a complaint and we will take necessary actions immediately.

Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button