The Catholic Bishop of Yola Diocese, Dr Dami Mamza has organised a two days post Boko Haram trauma handling workshop to the people of Adamawa Northern senatorial zone who are the worst hit of insurgents attacks.
According to him the workshop is aimed at helping them cope with the psychological trauma they went through the years of the insurgency, knowing that the Boko Haram mayhem mitted untold hardship and has made them to loose their love ones, homes, and their means of livelihood.
Bishop said a lot has to be done even as the security situation is improving to make sure that the thousands of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) who returned to their ancestral homes over comes the sting of trauma they are going through.
Mamza who is considered a philanthropist and known cleric to be taken care of the IDPs’ needs irrespective of their religion, using the 3Rs mechanism of Reconstruction, Rehabilitation and Reconciliation to revived the traumatized IDPs in Adamawa state.
He went to the extend of consulting expert in Germany and Kaduna who specializes in reconstructing and handling people with a damaged life through all forms of militancy.
”Beneficiaries are not only drawn from the Christian circle but including all Muslim and other religion that were also traumatized as a result of the IDPs.” He said
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