Presidency Restates Buhari's Commitment To Improving IDP's Living Conditions


BEVERLY HILLS, July 08, (THEWILL) – The Federal Government said Wednesday that President Muhammadu Buhari is deeply concerned about the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and the living conditions in their camps, stressing that, that was why he sent his Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, to personally assess the situation in some of those places last week.

“We want to assure Nigerians that the plight of the IDPs will continue to receive due attention because after all, these are our brothers and sisters, citizens of our nation. Therefore, restoring the dignity and material well-being of these citizens is a key objective of the Buhari presidency,” a statement issued by the Senior Special Assistant (Media and Publicity), Office of the Vice President, The Presidency, Laolu Akande, said.

According to the statement, “The administration is now developing ways and means to enhance the services and output of all relevant agencies in this area, including NEMA, the federal government agency, that has been playing an important role in taking care of a good number of IDPS in several camps. Others involved in this onerous task are state governments and volunteer agencies, including our international development partners.

“We also appreciate the continuing vigilance of our engaged citizens, especially in a matter of compelling compassion such as this.”