In 2021, the Borno state government announced that it would close down all camps for displaced persons in Maiduguri and begin resettling occupants back to their hometowns or other towns. This was to reduce the number of IDPs in the capital city and build resilience among the people who have had to rely on aid materials for years.
Reported by Yakura Kumshe, Scripted by Hauwa Shaffii Nuhu.
Produced by Khadija Gidado
Voice acting by Khadija Gidado
Multimedia Editor: Anthony Asemota
Executive producer: Ahmad Salkida
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