The Plateau State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) said 108 babies had been born at the Internally Displaced Persons ((IDPs) camp at Namu in Qua’an Pan Local Government of Plateau.
Juni Dabin, Search and Rescue Officer of SEMA, made the disclosure when the Commissioners for Environment and Water Resources, Serah Yusuf and Idi Waziri, visited the camp, said the camp had 7,853 IDPs.
She said since the camp was opened in October, 107 birth were recorded with one being twins.
She said the twins were named Hassan and Hassana by their parents, adding that the twins and other babies were doing fine.
Dabin said the State Government and the Qua’an Pan Local Government Council were doing all they could to ensure that the kids and their mothers received adequate healthcare.
Dabin said that SEMA had distributed relief materials worth over N3 million to the IDPs.
She stressed that the agency was doing all it could to ensure that the IDPs lived in a conducive and clean environment.