Daduut donates relief packages to Plateau IDPs

Former lawmaker at the Nigerian Senate, Nora Ladi Daduut, has donated relief materials to victims of recent attacks in Mangu, Bokkos  and Barkin Ladi Local Government Areas of Plateau state, now domiciled at various locations, as Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs).

The ex-senator Daduut, while making the presentations, at the palace of Mangu traditional ruler, said her visit was to pay condolence and also give out some materials for the use of the IDPs.

“I am here to commiserate with the People of Mangu Local government Area over the unfortunate attacks that happened in the Council recently. 

“These series of attacks have inflicted a lot of pains on the People of Mangu Local government. The victims really need a lot of relief materials to cushion the  effects of this pains, and I have come today in my small way to present these items,” she said.

The Mangu traditional ruler, Da John  Putmang Hirse commended Senator Daduut for the gesture and prayed God to reward her.

“Despite the fact that you are no longer in office  you are still coming to show love to the people of the Council,” he said.

Similarly, ex-senator Datuud, was at Bokkos local government area, where she presented the food items to the victims who were situated at the Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN Central) in Bokkos LGA .

She appealed to the Ministry of Humanitarian affairs to come to the aid of the victims by providing the much needed relief materials .

The Chairman welfare committee of the IDP camp, Bishop Ayuba Matawal, also appreciated Senator Daduut for her kind gestures.

He lamented that over 18,000  persons were displaced following the attacks of several communities in the local government council recently .

Matawal lamented that most of the Displaced Persons are farmers and they would love to return back to their ancestral homes as the farming session is fast approaching .

Ex-Senator Daduut also donated food items to victims of the attack in Barkin Ladi Local government area of the state.