Governor Zulum relocates office to prevent Boko Haram attacks

Governor Zulum relocates office to prevent Boko Haram attacks

- The governor of Borno state Babagana Zulum is setting up an outreach office in Auno village

- Zulum in a statement gave the order during his assessment of ongoing projects in the state

- The governor noted that the relocation to Auno is to attract increased security and rebuild public confidence

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In order to prevent further Boko Haram attacks on Auno village, Borno state governor, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum is setting up an office in the community. gathered that Zulum gave the order on Saturday, May 8, in Auno town during his assessment of ongoing projects.

The governor in a statement shared on his official social media pages noted that the community outreach office is to attract increased security and rebuild public confidence.

Zulum, who operates two offices at the Government House and the State’s Secretariat noted that he will be using the community outreach office from time to time.

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Auno, a small town in Konduga local government area of Borno state had been repeatedly attacked by Boko Haram insurgents.

As a result of the series of attacks on the town, many of its residents have continually fled into Maiduguri the state capital.

He said: "The new outreach at Auno will not be an office, it will be a place he will also be operating, for the purpose of having direct interactions with the residents at Auno, and nearby communities in Konduga and Kaga local government areas.

We have to take measures to secure Auno like we should do for all parts of the state. I am establishing a community outreach that will be used by me and I will be regular here.”

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Meanwhile, previously reported that the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lt Gen Tukur Buratai relocated fully to the northeast where he is overseeing and directing the overall operation in the theatre and other Nigerian Army operations across the country.

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This was revealed in a statement issued on Friday, April 10, by the acting director of Army public relations, Colonel Sagir Musa.

While addressing troops of Special Super Camp Ngamdu in Kaga local government area of Borno state on Thursday, April 9, Buratai said that he would be with them to the nooks and crannies of the theatre.

According to the statement, the COAS had been on operational tour to troops’ locations in the northeast Theatre of Operation since Saturday, April 4.

Similarly, President Muhammadu Buhari has said it is time to finish off the remnants of Boko Haram insurgents who are fleeing from the military offensive by Chadian forces in the Chad Basin region.

The president made the statement on Thursday, April 9, when the Borno state governor visited him at the state house.

The Borno state governor told journalists that he came to update the president about the security situation in the state.

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Speaking on the outcome of the meeting he had with the president, Zulum said Buhari vowed to give the needed support to the Nigerian Armed Forces to complete the decimation of the fleeing terrorists. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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