Owing to the ongoing successes of the Buhari administration in the fight against insurgency in Northeastern Nigeria, do you know that the famous cattle market at Gamboru Ngala in Borno State has now been reopened after 8 years of closure?
The market was shutdown in 2014 after Boko Haram insurgents invaded the town, wreaking havoc and forcing a near-total evacuation of the town. But with the Buhari administration properly equipping our military, the war turned in favour of the country, leading to the reopening of the market on Monday, November 14, 2022.
Being a border town between Nigeria and Cameroon, as well as being close to Chad, the restoration of normal activities in Gamboru Ngala and this cattle market in particular will contribute to the economic development of not only Borno State, but Nigeria in general.
Yes, Nigeria is on track!