Over 1500 households in Dutsin-ma, Kurfi and neighboring local government areas have received food items worth millions of naira palliatives courtesy of Hon. Jamil Ahmad Sadauki to help cushion Ramadan period and the effect of the lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Making the donation, a philanthropist, Jamilu Sadauki, stated that the situation of things globally calls for assistance in whatever form to sustain the people at these trying times.
He commended the proactive steps taken by both state and Federal Government to safeguard the lives of the people in ravaging pandemic, saying that it was necessary for all to support the Government’s gesture by reaching out to the needy.
Items donated included Bags of Rice, Millets, Sugar, Cooking oils, Sanitizers, and Cash among others.
Sadauki said, “This donation is to assist our people, to cushion the effects of Covid-19 pandemic and Ramadan period.
“Reaching out to the needy, especially women is very important at this period of the coronavirus pandemic, the time is now for us all to come out and collaborate to help the needy.
“I cannot reach out to all but the little that I have am going to give out, I am doing this out of the free will, I did not receive anything from anyone,” she said.
He also called on well-meaning Nigerians to come and show love to the less privileged no matter how little, adding that such gift would go a long way in reducing the hardship faced by some people that are daily earners.
He called on the state government to do more in reducing the suffering of the people during the lockdown period.
Sadauki prayed for Almighty Allah’s intervention to bring an end to the pandemic in Nigeria and the world.
Malam Musa, a beneficiary thanked and prayed that God should reward Sadauki for the good gesture and called on well-meaning Nigerians to emulate her by lending helping hands to the needy.
“These palliatives couldn’t have come at a better time than now as it will go a long way to reduce the hardship poor people like us are passing through at this difficult time. He said