Borno state governor Babagana Zulum visited the Kauwa market in a former stronghold of the terrorist group Boko Haram on Monday.
In interplay with the individuals, Zulum assured them that his authorities will proceed to offer all obligatory assist to the safety forces to make sure that the nascent peace is maintained.
He stated the state will proceed to rebuild and restore destroyed homes and municipal buildings, resettlement communities and promote cross-border commerce.
This was introduced in an announcement signed Monday by his Media Aide, Abubakar Kurbe.
The assertion quoted Zulum as saying: “It is a very basic achievement for us to see normality return to this a part of the nation.
” You’ll be able to see the nice crowd of individuals doing their regular enterprise actions in Cross Kauwa Market, which is held at this time.
“You’ll be able to see nice numbers of them with their herds of cattle and a few with their implements going to go to the farm. This is a sign of regular life returning to Monguno, Kukawa and different elements of northern Borno hitherto occupied by the insurgents.”