Osinbajo is now in Makurdi, the Benue State capital on a two-day working visit.
He assured stakeholders that the places that would be rebuilt shall be better than what it was before, adding that this is the right of the IDPs as Nigerians and is not a favour from the government.
He also disclosed that the president has made available additional security to be deployed to the state.
"Also, those who are not farmers it are into businesses would be assisted to go back and do their business". We must also see to the education of the children.
President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the sum of N10 billion for the rehabilitation of victims and communities affected by various forms of violence and attacks in different parts of the country.
"The money is not only for Benue but for all places that were destroyed across the country", Osinbajo stressed.
The Vice President also stated that the President asked him to oversee the rehabilitation of the affected communities.
Earlier, while briefing the vice president, the Secretary of the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), Mr. Emmanuel Shior, said the Abengana IDP camp was opened at the first week of February with a total population of 34,936 IDPs from from Benue and Nasarawa State.
"While assuring the displaced persons that their joy has come, the vice president quoted the Bible by saying, 'when weeping endures for a night, joy comet in the morning, let me assure you that your morning has come and your joy has come".
The vice president, however, advised the people to key into the microcredit facilities for traders and artisans as well as CBN anchor borrower for farmers.
The Vice President is visiting the state for an assessment of the humanitarian crisis following the killings.
He maintained that the faves if theIDOs showed that they really wanted to return to their homes and expressed optimism that the Vice President had come with a message of hope.
He appealed for more deployments to enable the IDPs return to their ancestral homes.