The Adamawa State government has inaugurated a committee for the rehabilitation of Boko Haram victims.
Governor Murtala Nyako made this known when the State Emergency Management Agency (ADSEMA), paid him a courtesy visit at the Government House, Yola.
Nyako said it has become necessary to cater for victims of insurgency and other disruptive insurrections.
Inaugurating a seven-man committee to rehabilitate and integrate victims of Boko Haram attacks in Chakawa and Waga villages, which have a combined death toll of over 40 persons, Nyako urged members of the committee to work hard to ensure that the victims were properly rehabilitated and the churches that were bombed during the attacks reconstructed.
Commissioner for Special Duties, Salihu Hayatu, said the agency had also donated relief materials, including a truck-load of building materials, 70 bags of grain and edible oil to the victims.
He added that the committee would provide ways and means on how the affected communities would be re-integrated.