The Northeast Development Commission (NEDC), on Monday, took relief materials to the people of Auno, a village in Borno State, that came under attack by Boko Haram insurgents last week.
The attack left at least 30 stranded villagers killed.
The Managing Director of NEDC, Muhammed Alkali, said the trucks of food, bedding, and clothing were given to the partially displaced people of Auno, following the directive of the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Sadiya Faruq.
Ms Faruq, who visited Auno on Thursday to sympathise with the people, instructed the management of NEDC to conduct a needs assessment and ensure relief is taken to them.
“So far so good, we have done the assessment, and the first step is to provide the food items, and non-food items to help them stabilise before we can…