Nigerian Army reopens Yobe markets after Boko Haram attacks -

Nigerian Army reopens Yobe markets after Boko Haram attacks

The business sectors in Buni-Yadi and Kuka-Reta towns in Gujba and Damaturu neighborhood government regions of Yobe State, which were shut somewhere near the military over security worries as of late of Boko Haram exercises have now been revived. Market days in these particular towns will, in this manner, be watched quickly from one week from now.

The reviving of the business sectors was the aftermath of yesterday’s gathering between the legislative head of Yobe State, Mai Mala Buni and the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Tukur Yusuf Buratai, in the military boss’ living arrangement in Abuja.

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The senator, who talked about a wide scope of basic security issues with the military boss, communicated thankfulness to the Nigerian Army and different parts of the country’s security powers for their exertion in battling Boko Haram attack and other crimes in Yobe.

Buni, accordingly, approached decent residents of the state to keep on helping out the military and other security specialists to guarantee the full return of harmony over the state. He encouraged residents in Kuka-Reta and Buni-Yadi and different towns to stay careful in their business sectors and neighborhoods and report any suspicious action or people at whatever point they notice one to the security offices.

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The representative communicated certainty that with the help and participation of the individuals, Yobe will rise more grounded and stronger from the security challenges that have beset it for a long time.

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