Borno State partners with Fr. Edeh for the rehabilitation and Education of Rescued Boko Haram Victims
Following Fr. Edeh press Release, 30 Girls and 7 Boys kidnapped and rescued from Boko Haram were sent to Peace Centre Elele on September 17th, 2015, by the Governor of Borno State His Excellency, Kashim Shettima for Rehabilitation and Education. Read more...
Borno State Government Partners with Fr. Edeh
In his effort towards the peaceful eradication of terrorism and violent extremism in Nigeria and all over the world and for the enthronement of peace, Fr. Edeh and his team met with the Governor of Borno State His Excellency, Kashim Shettima and also in the meeting was Jean Gough, UNICEF country representative in Nigeria on 25th of August,2015. At the end of the meeting,it was agreed that the Borno State Government will collaborate with Fr. Edeh and Madonna International Charity Peace Award (MICPA) Foundation towards the bringing back of our chibok girls and the training/rehabilitation of the girls affected by Boko Haram insurgency in the state.
UNICEF country representative to Nigeria, Jean Gough, Fr. Edeh, Governor of Borno State, His excellency Kashim Shettima and Vice-
Madonna International Charity Peace Award (MICPA) Foundation, partners and donates $100,000 to UNICEF Nigeria
MICPA foundation donates the sum of one hundred thousand US dollars ($100,000) to UNICEF Nigeria for the supply of relief materials at UNICEF camps in Yobe, Adamawa and Borno for over 1,301,763 displaced victims affected by the Boko Haram insurgence in North-East, Nigeria.
During the visit the Unicef country representative to Nigeria, Jean Gough and her team visited the skill acquisition centres at Peace Centre Elele.