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Zulum Distributes Palliatives To 5000 Widows, Aged & Vulnerables In Borno

Bolori: 5,000 widows, matured, vulnerables get Zulum’s palliatives

5,000 powerless people, a considerable lot of them widows and the matured in Bolori 1 and 2 wards, were recipients of Sunday’s nourishment palliatives, approved by Governor Babagana Umara Zulum.

The ward appropriation, began on Friday has arrived at near 10,000 people Gwange 1, 2 and 3 wards.

The alleviation is to pad the impact of the lockdown forced by the Borno State Government for the anticipation of the spread of COVID-19 in Borno State.

Engr Bukar Talba, Chairman of the powerful palliative dispersion board drove the activity.

The recipients at Bolori 1 and 2 included 1000 Widows, 1000 genuinely tested, 500 matured people and 2500 powerless individuals from the two wards.

The excersice occurred in two focuses of Federal Low cost Primary just as Umarari Primary Schools continuously.

Tending to writers at Federal Low cost Primary School, Engr. Talba stated, every recipient got 1 sack of rice, 1 pack of Semovita, 1 pack of millet grain, 1 container of pasta and fixings.

Engr. Talba further recognized Governor Babagana Umara Zulum for the prescience to endorse the help for the vulnerables in time of their needs.

The panel additionally visited Umarari focus to screen the advancement of the activity.

 

255 thoughts on “Zulum Distributes Palliatives To 5000 Widows, Aged & Vulnerables In Borno

  1. So so nice of them.. What a good news… Good of TMC to always give vital infomations of the happening in the society thanks for the info.

  2. Well they tried … But why not they do something that is gonna reach as many as neede it … Cus outside the windows… Many families are suffering

  3. Good to see this but how long can you keep to this stop fooling us we need to restructure this country we need good leaders not corrupted leaders

  4. Well they tried … But why not they do something that is gonna reach as many as need it … Cus outside the windows… Many families are suffering….

  5. This is a welcome initiative, but our govt should try and make sure every home in Nigeria get the palliatives since we are all involve in this current situation

  6. Good one from Zulum. Philanthropists are not the people who have the biggest amount of money in the society, the are the ones who are bent on effecting lives positively within the human environment

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