Borno State government Tuesday, donated relief materials and cash to 11 families of slain Boko Haram victims.
The insurgents attacked Pemi Village in Chibok Local Government Area of Borno on Saturday. During the attack, the insurgents destroyed several buildings; abducted a cleric and another’s daughter.
The state’s Deputy Governor, Alhaji Usman Kadafur, who presented the donation described the attack as “unfortunate and dastardly.”
Kadafur, who was accompanied by Senator Ali Ndume (APC-Borno South), donated one Hilux patrol vehicle to hunters in the village and N1.1 million to each of the 11 affected families.
Ndume noted that the insurgents had destroyed people’s livelihoods and had displaced millions of people in the Northeast.
“In the past 11 years, the insurgents have attacked Borno State several times. I am very proud of the people of Pemi Village for their spirit of oneness in the fight against insurgency, but you…