The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has donated N42 million drugs and medical equipment to victims of Herdsmen/ farmers’ crisis and insurgency in Adamawa state.
The director general of the Agency, Mustapha Maihaja, said the donation would cater for the medical needs of the victims of the attack in the state.
The DG, who was represented by Imam Ambani, the state head of Operations, Yola, reiterated the agency’s determinations to ensure its mandates of providing relief material to victims of any form of attack and natural disasters in the state
Receiving the donations on behalf of the state government, Deputy Governor Martins Babale, lauded government for acting promptly to alleviate the plight of the victims.
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