About 29 students were killed at the school in February.
The Yobe Government on Thursday donated N100 million to assist victims of the Boko Haram attack at the Federal Government College, Buni-Yadi.
It also deployed security operatives and vigilante groups to search for missing students.
The Chairman of the Committee set up by the state government to assist the victims, Ahmed Goniri, said this during his visit to the college.
Mr. Goniri, who is the Commissioner for Justice, said his committee would liaise with the school authority to ascertain the number of students missing and also meet with their parents. He said that the committee would assess the extent of damage and advise government on areas of assistance.
Mr. Goniri solicited the support and co-operation of traditional rulers and the public in providing useful information to security agencies with the hope of tracing the missing students.
The school was attacked on February 25 by insurgents with about 29 students killed.
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