Army denies suicide bomb attack in IDPs camp, ambush on soldiers
The Nigerian Army on Tuesday dismissed as ‘misleading’, reports of a suicide bomb attack at an Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp in Pulka community of Gwoza Local Government Area of Borno.
Borno, Yobe scale up HIV testing, treatment services
The Borno State Government has scaled up Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV)/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) testing and treatment services at 264 health centres and Internally Displaced Persons.....
UNHCR builds capacity of 800 IDPs in skills
The livelihoods intervention project, according to him, has targeted IDPs from Borno state, the epicenter of insurgency and three other states of Adamawa, Yobe and Gombe in the Northeast.
Shippers and optimism for emerging infrastructure
Francis Ugwoke writes on the transport infrastructure decay, its effect on trade facilitation and the expectation that the Inland Dry Ports, Truck Transit Parks and rail...
FG donates over 18,000 bags of rice, relief materials to IDPs
The Chairman, National Logistics Committee (NLC), Assistant Comptroller-General of Customs Abdulkadir Azarema, on Thursday handed over 18,968 (50kg) bags of rice and other relief materials to assist Internally-Displaced Persons in Yobe.
CIPM laments condition of IDPs, donates relief materials
Speaking at the Kushingoro IDPs Camp in Abuja, Inoyo, while presenting relief materials to the displaced persons as part of activities of the association’s yearly conference, urged well meaning Nigerians to rise to the occasion.
'Military has stabilised, secured North-East from insurgents'
Sadique Abubakar said this in Port Harcourt at a skills acquisition and vocational training graduation ceremony for 150 youths .
NGO regulatory bill: To be or not to be
There is no doubt that the ongoing debate in the House of Representatives to regulate the activities of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) has been trailed with mixed reactions.