Not less than one hundred and one houses and shops were affected by the recent attacks of Boko Haram insurgents in Borri, kaleri-Abdulle and Wanori villages of Borno state.
A statement signed by the Special Adviser to Governor Zulum on Public Relations and Strategy, Isa Gusau says, this is confirmed by the Chairperson, Borno State Emergency Management Agency during the Governor’s impact assessment visit to the Communities.
Hajiya Yabawa Kolo, has confirmed that 73 houses and 28 shops were affected by the attacks in three communities of Konduga council.
The affected communities are located at the southern fringes of Sambisa Forest, while Konduga was severally attacked by insurgents in the last five years.
He explained that during the visit, the Governor went round to see things for himself before meeting the affected
residents and community leaders. He also held discussions with youth volunteers under the Civilian JTF who are assisting security agencies with community policing.