The House of Representatives wants the Committee on North East Rehabilitation led by retired General Theophilus Danjuma to publicise the names of those yet to redeem their pledge to assist in the building of the North East.
It also gave a thumb up to the Borno state governor, Kashim Shettima for temporarily relocating his office to Bama.
About two weeks ago, Shettima relocated his office to Bama following the kick off of the rehabilitation, reconstruction and resettlement exercise of displaced persons in the area.
Muhammad Sheriff through a motion on urgent national importance described Shettima’s relocation as an act of bravery.
But he urged individuals and groups that have promised financial assistance towards rebuilding Borno state and other states affected by terrorism to redeem their pledges.
Other members decried the pitiable conditions of the displaced persons and urged support for them.
A minute’s silence was observed in honour of terror victims just as the House resolved to write a letter of commendation to Shettima for what they say is his exemplary leadership.
The House also urged the Danjuma Committee to make public the particulars of anyone or group that fails to redeem pledges.