Buhari/Osinbajo campaign team donated 500 tubers of yam to IDPs in Plateau State

The Buhari/Osinbajo Campaign support Fund in plateau state has donated tubers of Yams to National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) to be giving to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the state. The 500 tubers of Yams put at the cost of N500,000 was presented by the Patron/Founder of Buhari/ Osinbajo Presidential Campaign Support Fund (BOPCSF) Prof. Emmanuel Garba in Jos the Plateau state capital.

Presenting the yams at the organization’s office along Joseph Gomwalk express way in Jos, Professor Garba said “Today, we are donating this Yams willingly contributed by our Farmers to the Internally displaced persons(IDPs) in the state through NEMA to alleviate the pains our brothers and sisters are passing through in various camps in the state.

Garba who express confidence in the President -elect, Gen. Muhammedu Buhari for taking agricultural sector to be the  priority  of his administration as he await swearing-in on May 29th 2015 stresses that giving the agricultural sector utmost attention  is an important step to a  nation like Nigeria which depend solidly on oil for her survival. He appealed to other organizations, the Anti-Poverty Crusaders not to relent in the fight against poverty in the country.
Professor Garba pledged his commitment to the unity of the country and the growth of Plateau state especially the government of Barr. Simon Lalong. NEMA North-Central  Public Relations Officer(PRO), Mr  Yohana Audu representing the North-central  Coordinator, Mr Abdusalam Muhammed promise to distribute the Yams to various camps in the state.


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