President Bola Tinubu has given the green light for the construction of 1,000 houses in seven states in the north as part of his efforts to resolve regional conflicts. The houses will be built in Sokoto, Kebbi, Katsina, Zamfara, Kaduna, Niger and Benue states, and will include facilities such as schools, clinics, veterinary clinics and ranches for the Fulani community.

The president’s decision was announced by vice-president Kashim Shettima on Sept. 9 at the commissioning of projects executed by the Borno State Government in the last 100 days. Shettima said that the president was committed to finding lasting solutions to the crisis that has affected millions of people in the northwest and other parts of the country.

Shettima also revealed that the president has allocated N50 billion to the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) to launch the Pulaku initiative, which is a non-violent approach to addressing the root causes of the conflict. The initiative will involve dialogue, reconciliation, empowerment and development of the affected communities.

The vice-president assured Nigerians that the president was working hard to improve the living conditions and security of all citizens, regardless of their location or ethnicity. He said that the federal government was also planning to revive wheat production in the country, which would boost food security and create jobs.

He commended the Borno State Government for its remarkable achievements in infrastructure, education, health and agriculture in the last 100 days. He said that Borno was a shining example of resilience and recovery in the face of adversity.


He urged Nigerians to support the president’s vision and policies for a prosperous and peaceful nation. He said that Nigeria was on the path of greatness under Tinubu’s leadership.

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