According to reports, 3,000 children who are not in school attend the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp in Katsina State, which is home to no less than fifteen thousand (15,000) residents.
As far as Naija News is aware, the development is a result of bandit terrorists’ ongoing attacks on different communities throughout the state.
Currently, many schools in the state’s Jibia Local Government Area have been closed because to the poor state of community security.
Within the previous four months, the camp has reportedly seen at least 23 deaths of women and children. According to reports, several people died from disorders like depression, hypertension, and other connected conditions.
At least 35 ladies apparently gave birth in the midst of the uncomfortable circumstance. Malam Sa’ad Salihu, the head of the camp for internally displaced people (IDPs), concurred with the statistics.
Salisu, who also serves as the chairman of the Shimfida Youth Development Association, added that some of the children were in class when local residents began fleeing the region in order to avoid terrorists.
He clarified that many of the IDP students at Government Girls’ Secondary School, Jibia, were from the Gurbin Magariya, Kwari, Zango, Shimfida, Tsauni, Far Faru, and villages in those areas.
At the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp in Katsina State, at least fifteen thousand (15 000) people reportedly reside, including 3,000 kids who are not enrolled in school.
According to Naija News, the development is a result of bandit terrorists’ ongoing attacks on the state’s diverse communities.
As of right now, numerous schools in the Jibia Local Government Area of the state have been closed because of the locals’ security situation.
In the past four months, there have apparently been at least 23 deaths at the camp, mostly of women and children. According to reports, some people passed away due to conditions including depression, hypertension, and other similar illnesses.
At least 35 ladies allegedly gave birth during the terrible situation. Malam Sa’ad Salihu, the head of the camp for internally displaced people (IDPs), acknowledged the numbers when speaking with the media.