Agency set to work after latest Boko Haram’s attack. 

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The National Emergency Management Agency is set to start work after the suicide bombing attack in Ummarari Village in Jere Local Government, Borno State.  

According to NEMA, it was disclosed that the attack claimed the lives of 7 people; the three suicide bombers,  a civillian JTF, a woman and her two children while another eight were injured and havr been taken to the hospital. 

9jainfo.com.ng had previously reported that the sucide bombing attack happened on Saturday night

The spokesperson of the Agency in the Northeast AbdulKadir Ibrahim said on Sunday that the bodies of the deceased and those who sustained injuries had been removed. 

AbdulKadir disclosed, “the casualties were evacuated to Borno State specialist hospital by the NEMA ERT and SEMA.”

“The remains of the three suicide bombers were also deposited at the mortuary of the hospital.”

Also, the officials of NEMA visited Konduga IDP to share relief materials to them. 

The camp was recently engulfed by fire outbreak. 

Some of the relief materials distrubuted includes: baby foods, nylon mats, footwear, clothing, foodstuffs and kitchen utensils. 

The food items were shared in conjunction with the Borno State Emergency Management Agency (BOSEMA) to ensure adequate food security. 

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