#Zulum Lifts Civilian JTF, Hunters With Salary Bonus, Rice

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Borno State Governor, Babagana Zulum, on Monday approved one month salary bonus for volunteers fighting Boko Haram terrorists, including members of the Civilian Joint Task Force and hunters, as end of the year gifts.

The governor included sanitation workers who are involved in cleaning up communities destroyed by insurgents before reconstruction as well as cleaners working in government establishments, agencies and parastatals in the gesture.

Zulum announced the gesture while addressing leaders of the volunteers and sanitation workers in Maiduguri, the state capital.

The governor explained that the bonus, which is in addition to previous support in different ways, was to show gratitude to the volunteers for their sacrifices in complementing efforts of the military and other armed forces in the fight against insurgents.

“You all, our gallant volunteers, have been working assiduously to secure Borno State. Even though you are in thousands, there is no amount of support that is too much considering the sacrifices you make,” he said.

On sanitation workers, the Governor said “many of you rise as early as 6am to clean the streets. Many of you are involved with the cleaning of our communities before reconstructions.

“We recognise that your contributions are very essential and we thank you so much.”

Zulum also announced the release of one bag of rice to each of the volunteers and sanitation workers as additional support.

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