Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase, has donated medical supplies and three tanks for storing water to Internally Displaced Persons at a camp in Uhogua village, Ovia North East Local Government.
Out of the 900 Boko Haram victims that were brought to camp, 142 of them were returned to their families two weeks ago.
Arase assured the IDPs who are mostly children that adequate security would be provided for them.
Represented by Force Medical Officer, AIG Grace Okudo, Arase promised the IDPs that they would not lack anything.
The police boss said his men would be on ground to meet the needs of the Boko Haram victims especially as it relates to their general well-being.
According to him; “We will do our best for you. We know many diseases can be caused by water so we brought these Geepee tanks.
“You will not miss anything. Our team from Asaba and Benin will be visiting to know your needs particularly as regards your health issues. We will be coming always to see what we can do.”
Founder of the International Christian Mission, Pastor Solomon Folorunsho, thanked the police boss for his intervention.