The House of Representatives member from Michika and Madagali Federal constituency, Adamu Kamale has distributed 400 grinding machines and 70 tricycles to residents of liberated areas.
The lawmaker presented the donation to the affected areas in villages including Kamale, Sina Kwande, Futu Dou, Tilli, Bokka, Zah, Pallam, Mayo Wandu, Felechem, Garta and Mildo.
Boko Haram had captured seven local government areas in Adamawa state before their subsequent liberation by Nigerian military.
Kamale also distributed 70 tricycles and nine buses to empower youth and boost transportation in the areas.
Addressing the returnees in tears, Kamale lamented lack of food and amenities in the villages he visited, calling for urgent intervention from government and international donor agencies.
He expressed concern about poor living condition of the residents who suffered in the hands of Boko Haram militants, stressing the need for massive rehabilitation of residents to enable them rebuild their lives.
Expressing gratitude to the lawmaker, representatives of women and youth groups commended the effort, describing the donation as the biggest they have ever received.
The lawmaker ended his tour with visit to injured victims of Boko Haram attacks recuperating at the Michika General Hospital.