The Nigerian army has built temporary schools in Bama’s refugee camp in efforts to enhance civil-military relations and to further assist the internally displaced persons.
The establishment was made by troops of 21 Brigade, 7 Division Nigerian Army.
The school holds a capacity of 3000 children and comprises of 6 military tents. Soldiers who are not essentially on duty serve as teachers. Statement signed by Col Sani Usman said. Vanguard reports.
Some of the IDPs who were teachers before also teach in the school.
According to Vanguard the Brigade has also establish a section of adult education for women.
“The United Nations Assistant Secretary-General and the Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Sahel, Mr Toby Lanzer, and Borno State Government celebrated the recently held World Humanitarian Day with the IDPs in the school and commended the efforts of the Nigerian Army for establishing the school. Vanguard reports
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