By Bridget SAMUEL, Kaduna
INTERNALLY DISPLACED Persons, IDPs, who survived from attacks on Kajuru communities, have called on the state government and stakeholders for assistance
The survivors who were temporarily kept at Ungwan Maigero along New Yakowa Road in Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State,were mostly women and children., fled to a dilapidated building, in spite of the rains and cold weather.
Chairman of the Maigero /Karji Community Association Ojili who was at the building to sympathize with the victims, appealed to all stakeholders in the state to come to their aid.
“The IDPs are over 30 ,women and their children. More are still trooping in as a result of the herdsmen attack somewhere in Kajuru.”
He said “presently they are being camped in a dilapidated, makeshift mud house yet to be plastered and floored with emergency doors and windows .The building has no toilet facilities and portable water.”
“Our attention was drawn to the emergence of IDPs in our community on Sunday by some concerned individuals.
“We took a trip there immediately and discovered over thirty Women and their children with more still trooping in as a result of the herdsmen attack somewhere in Kajuru.”