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A strong indication is now trending on the possibility of return of dead businesses and new ones coming up, following the confirmation of the freedom of 21 Chibok girls kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists in April 2014 by the Presidency today, Thursday, October 13, 2016..
In a confirmed tweeter account of the Senior Special Assistant of the president on Media, Mr. Garba Shehu which read in parts: “It is confirmed that 21 of the missing Chibok Girls have been released and are in the custody of the Department of State Services,” analysts say the development will deepen the return of Internally Displaced persons (IDPs) from the region and their early integration to their destroyed businesses.
It would be recalled that last week, the President of Association of Telecoms Companies of Nigeria, (ATCON), Engineer Gbenga Adebayo had revealed that all telecoms operators’ that had hitherto ran away from the North East on the heat of insurgency have started rebuilding their BST Stations and some areas are now live on GSM networks.
Besides, only last week, the National Directorate of Employment (NDA) reported the training of youths in various skills in other to begin fresh business life for themselves after years of displacements caused by insurgency.
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