The #BringBackOurGirls advocacy group yesterday visited over 700 displaced persons in Mararaba.
The group said the courtesy call was a good will message to the displaced persons from Adamawa and Boron states that have been affected by the insurgencies happening in the North- East.
They said the solidarity was important to share in their pains and the plight of the refugees to encourage them to be stronger in spite the challenges, they are facing.
The #BBOG gave relief materials such as clothing, rice, cartons of Indomie and toiletries to the displaced persons.
The movement also called on the government to come to the aid of the people, to ease their sufferings.
The advocacy group prayed that such cases like insurgency and terrorism will end in Nigeria and stand in unity of purpose.
Our singularity of focus is that one day our abducted 219 Chibok girls school will be rescued and back alive.
The leader of the displaced persons, Malam Yohanna Wuruwa, appreciated the #BBOG for the visited and the gifts.
Malam Wuruma, said most of the contributions give to them was the villages and churches that come to visit the camp.