Malami’s NGOs to provide Boreholes to Displaced Kebbi Flood Victims

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Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami SAN has said that his two NGOs will partner to provide boreholes at the camps of the people displaced by recent flood in Kebbi State.
Malami made the pledge in Bagudo, the headquarters of Bagudo Local Government in Kebbi while on a sympathy visit to the victims of the flood in the area.
This is contained in a statement signed by Dr. Umar Jibrilu Gwandu, the Special Assistant on Media and Public Relations, Office of the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice made available to  newsmen on Sunday the 27th day of September, 2020.
According to the statement Malami has urged Khadimiyya for Justice and Development Initiative and Khadi Malami Foundation to liaise with relevant authorities to identify the victims of the flood, pay visits for direct contact with the victims and provide boreholes at the camps of displaced flood victims in the area.
The statement added that the two NGOs have a record of constructing 139 boreholes in the states while efforts are being made to construct additional fifty more boreholes within the shortest time possible.
Responding, the Bahindin Bagudo who was represented by the Magajin Bagudo, Alhaji Mainasara Magaji thanked the Minister for the visit and appreciate the philanthropic gesture the  Minister has been consistently rendering to the people of the state.
According to the statement, Malami has been on a three-day sympathy visits to the victims of the recent flood in the State.
The statement added that, in Koko Besse Local Government, for instance 39 villages were submerged by flood resulting into having 12 camps of flood-displaced camps in addition to those residing in their residences of their relatives.
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