Lagos - The National Emergency Management Agency has said it is worried about the increasing number of internally displaced persons in the North-East region of the country, Sun reports.
The Information Officer of the agency in the region, AbdulKadir Ibrahim, who some few days ago disclosed that the NEMA had registered about 12 000 IDPs in neighbouring towns, lamented on Sunday that the agency has to face another challenge of establishing other camps as a result of the attack on Madagali.
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Ibrahim said the North East Zonal office of NEMA has continued to provide succour for victims of insurgency attacks from Gwoza that are presently taking refuge in different camps in Adamawa State and parts of Borno State.
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