Eid- Kabir: Idps Receives Sallah Gifts From NEMA,NEEDI
As Muslim Celebrate Eid-Kabir today, IDPS leaving in the remaining three Camps in Adamawa State have expressed gratitude to the Nigerian Government, state and other donor Agencies for providing both food and non food items, especially for the eid-el labor celebration.
Some of the IDPS among the three Camps who spoke to our correspondent Commended the effort of the National Emergency Agency NEMA, under the leadership of the Camps Coordinator for the north east Comrade Sa'ad Bello, which according to them the agency has provided them Caws in each of the Camps and new cotton Materials among others.
When contacted, the north east NEMA Camps Coordinator Comrade Sa'ad Bello told our Correspondent in yola, that the gesture was aimed at showing concerned on the condition they found themselves as well as to assured them that the government, some Nigerians those that joined hands together and formed NGO's and also they too as staff of the agency made a lot of sacrifices out of their official assignment to ensure they are leaving in a good condition as every Nigerians.
Similarly, A non governmental Oganisation Noble Education and Empowerment Development Initiative (NEEDI) has yesterday distributed hundred of readymade new cloths of different sizes for women, and children both boys and girls aimed at assisting IDPs, which according to the state coordinator of the NGO Bar. Siyan Ibrahim disclosed that NEEDI is a group of young men who took it as as a responsibility to contribute and support the IDPS, and commended NEMA and Red Cross among others for their support toward the success of the programme that took place at Malkohi Camp in yola.