BUK ASUU feeds IDPs in Borno





    The Bayero University, Kano (BUK) chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has donated meals objects value N5 million to individuals displaced by the Boko Haram insurgency in Borno.

    The Chairman of the affiliation, Dr Ibrahim Barde, made this recognized in the course of the distribution of the objects on the Kawar Maila IDP camp on Thursday in Maiduguri.

    Barde mentioned that the objects have been distributed to four,000 displaced individuals underneath the ASUU IDP Relief Intervention Initiative.

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    “Our mission on this camp is to distribute aid supplies to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs).

    “We are distributing two classes of things. One is meals objects and alternatively we now have clothes supplies.

    “We have dresses for adults and children as well as blankets”.

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    Barde defined that the objects embrace: 1,200 luggage of rice; 2,500 luggage of millet; 1,200 set of attire, 310 blankets in addition to sugar, cooking oil and seasoning.

    He added that the interventions have been a part of the second part supplied by the union to IDPs within the state.

    The chairman famous that the gesture was a part of humanitarian efforts towards decreasing the plight of the displaced individuals.

    According to him, every member of the union contributes N1,000 month-to-month to fund the intervention programme.

    Mrs Hauwa Modu, one of many beneficiaries, counseled the gesture, including that it will go an extended option to alleviate their sufferings.

    Also, the Shehu of Borno, Alhaji Abubakar Garbai, lauded ASUU for the humanitarian gesture.

    Garbai, who spoke when the ASUU staff paid him a courtesy go to, referred to as for extra interventions to handle the humanitarian disaster attributable to the Boko Haram insurgency within the area.