Governor of Niger State, Abubakar Sani Bello has expressed worry about the continued invasion and attacking of villagers in different parts of the state which he said has been skyrocketing the population of Internally displaced Persons, IDPs, in the various camps across the state. In the past three days, there had been more influx of more displaced persons from Chiro, Kuchi and Guni to IDP Camp in Gwada.
The Governor, while empathizing with the victims, said security efforts were being intensified to bring an enduring solution to the incessant attacks by the bandits.
“Government is not unmindful of the precarious situation you found yourselves in as we are making frantic efforts to intervene and ensure that your communities are rid of those criminal elements and made safe for your return,” Governor Bello said.
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