Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno State has revealed that there’s an rising price of prostitution within the state’s Internally Displaced Persons IDP’s camps.
The governor who said this on Wednesday when he appeared on Channels Television’s morning present, Sunrise Daily, stated drug abuse can be on the rise amongst youths within the camps.
Governor Zulum who lamented the pattern stated the most effective different was for the federal government to endeavour to resettle the displaced individuals again to their communities.
He stated, “There is that rising prostitution within the IDP camps, there is a rise in drug abuse, there’s elevated procreation within the IDP camps and so we determined that the federal government ought to create an enabling setting that may guarantee reconstruction and resettlement of IDPs again to their communities in a dignified method. That is one thing crucial.”
Recall that terror assaults and the Boko Haram insurgency within the Northeast have led to the sack of entire villages and displacement of indigenes from their ancestral houses.
Many residents who had been forcefully displaced and with out households have discovered their solution to IDP camps in hope of rebuilding their lives.
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