Thousands of volunteers fighting Boko Haram, including the Civilian Joint Task Force (CJTF) and hunters, will be receiving a one-month salary bonus as end-of-year gifts from Borno Governor Babagana Zulum.
Zulum made the announcement on Monday in the state’s Maiduguri Metropolis and Jere local government, where he was hosting leaders from various sectors of volunteers and sanitation workers.
The governor’s list included cleaners who work in government buildings and agencies, as well as sanitation workers who clean up areas damaged by insurgents before rehabilitation.
The gesture was made to thank the volunteers for their bravery and sacrifices in assisting the military and other armed forces in the fight against militants, he explained.
In addition to the support, the Governor announced the distribution of one bag of rice to each of the volunteers and sanitation workers.
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