The United Nations said there are great lessons to be learned from the Yobe State experience in resettlement of displaced persons in emergency situations.
“We have a lot to learn and share from the Yobe State experience,” Mr Piper said.
The Special Adviser to UN Scribe assured to lead a team to the state to study the Yobe style more and other areas of collaboration.
Reacting, Governor Buni noted that his administration was quick to return the displaced persons back to their communities to live dignified life against residing in Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs camps.
“We embarked on reconstruction, rehabilitation and recovery process for the displaced persons to return to their communities and live with dignity”, the governor said.