IDPs Camp Bombing: Senate Asks Security Agencies To Hunt For Perpetrators

The Senate has asked security agencies in Nigeria to intensify the hunt for the perpetrators of the bomb attacks in the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps in Yola and Madagali town.

In a motion on Tuesday, a federal lawmaker, Senator Ahmadu Abubakar, said terrorism in northern Nigeria had caused a humanitarian crisis, making Nigeria the country with the largest population of IDPs in Africa and one of the largest in the world.

On Friday September 11, 2015, suspected members of the Boko Haram terrorist group struck the camp for Internally Displaced Persons in Yola and Madagali in Adamawa State, killing several people.

The Senate also condemned the suicide bomb attack at a Jambutu Jummat Mosque also in Yola, Adamawa State which killed 40 people and injured over one hundred.

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