The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development and the North-East Development Commission, on Monday delivered food and non-food items to the people of Auno village in Borno State.
The Managing Director of the commission, Mohammed Alkali, while addressing the villagers, said, “On behalf of the Federal Government, the Commission has brought some foodstuffs to provide immediate relief to the victims of the unfortunate incident.”
According to him, the relief items included 5000 blanket, 1000 bags of beans, 1000 mattresses, 200 cartons of vegetable oil, 1000 bags of rice, 50 cartons of tomato paste, 50 cartons of Maggi cubes and 1000 mats.
ROYAL NEWS reports that inhabitants of Auno, a neighbouring community to Borno State were attacked recently by Boko Haram insurgents.
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