NEMA Moves 270 Nigerian Returnees from Cameroon

NEMA Moves 270 Nigerian Returnees from Cameroon
Chris Steven, Abuja
Posted by Hafeez Mohammed Bello”>Hafeez Mohammed Bello on May 25, 2017 NEMA official attends to returnees from Cameroon NEMA official attends to returnees from Cameroon
The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, Yola Operations Office is concluding plans to move 270 Nigerian returnees from Cameroon to Maiduguri, Borno State.
A statement issued on Thursday by the Public Relations Officer of NEMA in Yola, Hafeez Bello said the returnees from Cameroon crossed to Nigeria Sahuda Border.
Bello said they were received at Burn Bricks Transit Camp in Mubi South Local Government Area of Adamawa State.
He said NEMA and other security agencies have been collaborating in ensuring the safety, comfort and movement of returnees to their respective states.
“Those largely being returned include elderly persons, mothers and children who are adequately screened for health and security reasons.