The Federal Government has been urged to initiate a programme that would rehabilitate children affected by terrorism.
The Vice-Chairman of the Senate Committee on Labour and Productivity, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, spoke in Uyo, the Akwa Ibom State capital, at the end of Senate Retreat.
The lawmaker said the programme should include creating foster parents for the affected children.
She noted that the call became necessary to care and redirect children who were brutally separated from their parents.
Though the senator agreed that a lot of issues were raised at the retreats, she called for a decisive action from the government to address crippling security challenges in the country.
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