His meeting with the victims came, as they reunite with their families, after liberation by the military.
The Minister met the victims of the Boko Haram insurgency in Mubi, Hong, Gombi, Maiha, Ganye and Michika local governments of Adamawa state.
Mr Haruna, who led a Federal Government delegation to the camp, promised that the government would help them settle back into their communities.
While some of the communities in Adamawa have been rescued from the hands of the Boko Haram terrorist group, the victims are returning home to pick up their lives.
The former governor of Adamawa State, who led a delegation of the Federal Government to meet some of the victims of the insurgency in the north-east could not hold back tears when he saw the destruction by the extremists.
Grateful to be home, some of the victims however wondered how they would rebuild their lives.
While the military says it has taken firm control of the area and dismissed fears of fresh attacks, the Federal Government is optimistic that things would return to normal in the north-east, as it is working through the National Emergency Management Agencies to rebuild the communities.
The insecurity in the region has forced the nation to postpone its general elections by one month to enable the military regain control of communities under the control of the insurgents.