Yobe state government has approved N187,401,281 for victims of the Boko Haram crisis whose houses were burnt or had their properties destroyed.

The Commissioner of Home Affairs Information and Culture Goni Fika who briefed the press at the end of the state executive council meeting on Wednesday said  that the assistance also covers those religious houses that were affected.

He explained that the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA)  identified that a  total of 99 people were killed while 135 others were attacked with their houses and property burnt.


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