• Sun. Apr 14th, 2024

NEMA Provides Food To 2.7m IDPs In Borno State

The National Emergency Management Agency NEMA has provided food intervention to 2.7 million internally displaced persons in Borno state from January to December this year.

NEMA official handing over food item to female-headed household at Farm Center IDP camp, Maiduguri.

Head Food Distribution NEMA Northeast, Umar Sani made this known during the monthly distribution exercise to 4800 households at Farm Center Camp in Maiduguri.

According to him, the food assistance has greatly help in mitigating food crisis in the camps.

The NEMA Head of food distribution expressed commitment of the Agency to sustain the exercise to improve the well-being of displaced persons.

“We don’t have problems with the IDPs, since January to date there was no complain of hunger among the IDPs, food are being distributed to them before the end of every month since the coming of the present Director General NEMA and Minister of Humanitarian Affairs”.

He urged the displaced persons not to sell the items as government is doing everything possible to improve their livelihood.

Some of the beneficiaries in Farm Center Camp Ruqayya Jugudum from Mafa and Isiyaka Umoru from konduga appreciated for the continued support.

They remarked that their families can now afford three square meals courtesy of the food intervention from NEMA.

Correspondent Dauda Iliya reports that each household received 25kg of beans, 12.5 kg of rice and maize each and 4.6 kilogram of condiments.

Cov/Dauda Iliya