Abuja - The National Emergency Management
Agency (NEMA) has indicated its willingness to deliver relief material to women
recently rescued by from the Sambisa Forest.
Also read: Army says more women rescued from Sambisa Forest
NEMA Information Officer of the Northeast office in
Maiduguri, Borno State, AbdulKadir Ibrahim, said contact had already been
established with the military to deliver immediate relief supports to the
Ibrahim revealed that the Director General of NEMA, Alhaji
Muhammad Sani Sidi, during a visit to the headquarters of the 7th Division of
the Nigerian Army in Maiduguri, disclosed that the agency had also commenced a
special needs assessment of the internal displaced persons rescued from
previously occupied communities in the state.
Ibrahim said the DG disclosed that the agency had
pre-positioned some relief supports for immediate distribution to the rescued
girls and women.
The relief items consist of food and sanitary items.
Nigerian Army 7 Chief of Staff, Brigadier General Hamisu
Hassan, appreciated the prompt response of NEMA and assured necessary
cooperation towards the supports of the girls and women.On Tuesday, the military rescued 200 girls and
93 women from the terrorist's hideout of Sambisa.
- CAJ News