Rep Member Donates Relief Materials To S’Kaduna IDP Camps, Calls For Security Presence

The Member representing Jema’a/Sanga Federal Constituency at the National Assembly, Hon. Garba Shehu had on Monday visited the two Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps in Zango Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State and donated relief materials to help cushion their plight.

The Federal lawmaker also called on the Government at all levels to scale up security presence in the area to help stop the incessant killings that have continued unabated in the region for long.

The Federal lawmaker who broke into tears seeing the plight of women and children in the camps, said their rights and freedom as Nigerians have been denied.

He commended the sacrifices of the coordinators of the IDP Camps and their staff for the swift action in providing temporal shelter to the victims, praying to God to bless them and their families for their effort.

” I appealed to every son, daughter and friend of Southern Kaduna to come to the aid of these victims living in these two camps by way of providing necessary food items, sanitary material, clothes etc, adding this will go a long way in reducing the pains and agony they are faced with.

Speaking earlier, in their separate speeches, the former commissioner for information, Hon. Ben Bako and the Member representing Jema’a Constituency at the Kaduna State House of Assembly, Hon. Ali Kalat respectively, Decried the attacks on innocent Communities, described what happened as an act of God.

” We want to encouraged you not to shift your faith in God as He is aware of your situation and He will give you the grace to survive the canarge.

” Our joy is that southern Kaduna people has one voice, one name and one identity, and we are sure is on the above Spirit that the member, though representing Jema’a /Sanga feel the need to visit them and donated food items to help alleviate their plights.

The coordinators assured the rep Member of the judicious use of the items and also calls for prayer and continue support in rehabilitating the victims.

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