Revealed : 50 trucks load of relief materials for victims of Boko Haram got missing.

For the record

It has been discovered that spirited efforts of the federal government to ameliorate the hardship and sufferings of victims of the terrorists insurgency in Yobe, Adamawa and Borno states may after all be facing additional challenges from saboteurs as 50 trucks load of assorted grains meant for them have disappeared in thin air.
A revelation in this direction came to limelight as Minister of state for Power,Alhaji Mohammed Wakil received a report of an ad-hoc committee constituted about four weeks ago to handle the distribution of grains released by the federal government.
A worried and rattled looking Minister while briefing the press said 50 trucks load of assorted grains out of 650 delivered to Maiduguri could not be accounted for.
Wakil noted that this development had constituted a threat to the smooth distribution of the grains to Yobe and Adamawa states.
Speaking at the point of submitting the report,the chairman of the committee, Alhaji Bashir Madugu said they limited their operation to Maiduguri, because of certain logistic challenges and appealed to President Goodluck Jonathan to use his good offices to approve about 1000 trucks load of grains this year for distribution to go round the three states hard hit by the Boko Haram insurgency.

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