After the bomb explosions that occurred in some parts of Kaduna State on Sunday, Security agencies and Search and Rescue officers have continued to safeguard
lives and properties as well as attending to the plights of displaced people.
A team of Search and Rescue officers from National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) today received calls from Muslims who harbored and protected some Christians that were displaced during the weekend crisis. The officers also evacuated Christians who took refuge in Muslims homes.
The interfaith cooperation took place at Sabon Tasha, Tirkaniya and Kudenda areas of Kaduna.
Normalcy is gradually returning to the trouble cities as distressed people that were moved to Internally Displaced People Camp (IDP) have been reunited with their families.
Meanwhile other response agencies led by the North-West Zonal Coordinator of NEMA, Musa Illala have deposited more corpses to mortuaries and also visited hospitals where victims are receiving treatments.