Borno State Government has planned to rebuild 4 Villages across the state to become urban cities with modern facilities and amenities as part of the Development process of the present administration.
Governor Babagana Umara Zulum disclosed this on Tuesday in Auno village in an interview with Journalists during his capital projects inspection of Auno of 500 proposed housing units under construction by the State Ministry of Reconsttruction, Rehabiliation and Resettlement.
According to him, the essence for the construction of the 4000 houses across the state is to return the IDPs back to their ancestral homes and give them livelihood support to enable them continue their normal life in their Communities.
He however directed the 500 housing Committee headed by the Deputy Govenor, Alhaji Umar Usman Kadafur whose mandate had commenced 6 months ago to hasten Completion of the work to enable the state government commission the houses and allocate them to civil servants, especially the staff of Fertilizers, Plastic, Tomatoes & Pepper, Soda & Ash industries located at NJimtilo outskirts of Maiduguri.
Earlier, the governor was conducted round the housing and road projects that were ongoing in Ngamdu and Benishiekh villages.
During his interaction with the locals at Ngamdu Housing project site, Governor Zulum pledged to immediately repair electricity of the villages which has been vandalized by the Boko Haram Insurgents for over 6 years, renovate their schools and hospital or clinic as well as market and motor park.
While at Benishiekh village, Governor Zulum inspected the township roads under construction where he directed for the construction of drainages along all the township roads being constructed.