The items included building materials, food items, mattresses and rubber mats.
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) on Friday donated relief materials to victims of a recent gun attack in Ganye Local Government Area of Adamawa.
The NEMA Director of Operations in charge of Bauchi, Gombe and Taraba, Apollos Jediel, presented the items to the council, saying the gesture was to bring relief to the victims. The items included building materials, food items, mattresses and rubber mats.
“The items were given as a result of the joint assessment of the destruction caused by the attack,” Mr. Jediel said. The assessment was made by NEMA and Adamawa Emergency Management Agency.
The director urged the council to ensure that the items reached the victims.
Receiving the items on behalf of the victims, the Chairman of the council, Muhammed Farouq, thanked NEMA for the gesture.
Mr. Farouq said the Council had already set up a committee to distribute and monitor the materials.
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