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Adamawa integrates 218 indigenes evacuated from Central African Republic
The Adamawa State Emergency Management Agency said it had integrated 218 indigenes evacuated from Central Africa Republic with their families and relatives.
The Executive Secretary of the agency, Malam Haruna Furo, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Yola on Monday that all the evacuees had been reunited with their families.
Furo said that the exercise followed their verification, adding that the integration cut across various local government areas in the state.
“Shortly after their arrival and camping at the state NYSC camp in Girei Local Government Area of the state, the security agents started verifying them.
“After the successful verification and with the help of various media organisations, the relatives and families of the evacuees came to the camp and identified with their relatives.” Furo said.
He said Mubi local government area had the largest number of the evacuees and all of them were handed over to their various families in good health.
Furo thanked NEMA and other relevant agencies for the successful evacuation of the indigenes and linking them with their families.
Source - NAN
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