House of Representatives on Friday promised to provide the needed legal instrument and funding for troops in the frontline to see the war on Boko Haram to quick ending.
The Chairman House adhoc committee on the plight of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and humanitarian activities, Honourable Igariwe Enwo have this promise during a visit to the Head of the military counter-insurgency operation in Northeast (Theatre Commander Operation Lafiya Dole), Maj. Gen. Olusegun Adeniyi in Maiduguri
Enwo, who explained that they were in Maiduguri to assess the condition of IDPs in Borno state following a motion raised by Honourable Zainab Gimba representing Ngala, Bama and Kala-Balge Federal Constituency on plight of IDPs in the Northeast region.
He told the Army General that their visit to the theater was also to appreciate the sacrifice of the Armed Forces in the fight against terror and identity ways to improve the operation to ensure sustainable peace in the region.
The leader of the delegation stressed the need for synergy between the national assembly and the military to address the challenges.
Theater Commander Operation Lafiya Dole, Major General Olusegun Adeniyi maintained that the troops are willing and committed to fight and end the insurgency.
He added that the theater is expanding its Operation to ensure IDPs return to their communities in a safe and dignified manner.
The members of the committee, during the visit were also at Gubio road camp where they interface with the displaced persons and assess their condition.