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APC Women Campaign Team Donates N20m To Yobe Flood Victims

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The management of the Women Presidential Campaign Team of the All Progressives Congress (APC) on Friday, October 28, visited Damaturu, Yobe State, and made a money donation of N20 million to flood victims.



The workforce has continued to determine with folks affected by the current flood catastrophe in some states throughout the nation, donating money, meals, and important home goods to the victims.


Wife of the APC presidential candidate and chairperson of the ladies’s marketing campaign workforce, Senator Oluremi Tinubu had, whereas addressing the victims of the flood catastrophe, stated they discovered it vital to go to Yobe State to commiserate with the folks over the pure catastrophe that has destroyed livelihoods.


She sympathised with the victims and prayed that Almighty God averts a recurrence.

Senator Tinubu made a presentation of N20 million, stating that 400 victims might be supported with 50,000 Naira every to allow them recapitalize the small-scale companies which they had been engaged in earlier than the flooding occurred. She additionally introduced the meals and home goods despatched by the First Lady, Mrs Aisha Buhari.


Yobe State governor , Mai Mala Buni, appreciated the workforce for the go to and donations. He harassed that the donated money and meals objects will go a great distance in bringing succour to the victims.


The ladies’s marketing campaign delegation which has the spouse of the APC Vice Presidential candidate, Hajiya Nana Shettima, as co-chair, additionally visited the palace of the Emir of Damaturu, Alhaji Shehu Hashimi Ibn El-Kanemi II, the place they commiserated with the revered monarch over the current demise of his son, Abba Sadiq Shehu Hashimi.


The ladies, who flew in from Abuja, landed at Maiduguri worldwide airport earlier than braving it by highway to Damaturu on the 135km lengthy journey.

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