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Kadafur, Sen. Ndume, others visit victims of Gwoza bomb blast in hospital

Borno State Acting Governor, Umar Usman Kadafur, accompanied by Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume, Representative for Southern Borno, Member of the House of Representatives for Gwoza, Chibok, and Damboa, Member of the House of Assembly for Gwoza Local Government, stakeholders, and top government officials, visited the State Specialist Hospital to show solidarity with the victims of the recent bomb blast in Gwoza town.

The delegation aimed to sympathize with the injured and offer condolences to the families of those who lost their lives.

Hon. Kadufur amongst others on Sunday visited victims of bomb blast in Gwoza

During the visit, the Acting Governor announced that the state government has settled the medical bills of the victims and is ensuring they receive adequate medical attention.

He condemned the incident as an act of God and prayed for divine mercy on the deceased and quick recovery for the injured.

Kadafur emphasized the need to continue the fight against insurgency and terrorism, urging the people to remain vigilant and report suspicious activities to security personnel to prevent similar incidents.

The delegation later visited the residences of the families who lost loved ones, offering special prayers for the repose of their souls.

As of the time of the visit, out of the 42 victims admitted to the hospital, 2 had succumbed to their injuries, 16 had been discharged, and 24 were still receiving treatment.

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