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Normalcy returns to Bwari as IDPs reunite with families

by Family Center

Normalcy is gradually returning to most of the affected areas in Bwari town, Bwari Area Council in Abuja the Federal Capital Territory. Some traders and shop owners affected have started packing the remnants of their goods.

Some Internally Displaced Persons who sort refuge at the military base at Ushafa are already being resettled back to their various homes to unite with their families.

According to Ushafa Camp Commandant, Captain Philip Oladoke said they received over four hundred refugees after the crisis in Bwari town.

He further explained that security, as well as food, were provided for them.

The Chairman of Bwari Area Council Mr. Musa Dikko who gave assurance of adequate security adding that the council has provided relief materials to the displaced persons and vehicles to convey them back to their homes to unite with their families.

Mr. Dikko also advised residents to be law abiding as they go about their lawful businesses.

In a related development, the Assistant Commissioner of Police and area Commander Kubwa Division Alfa Jibrin revealed that the police was on the ground to maintain law and order.

See the latest pictures from the scene after the incident.

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