Tundun Biri: We’ve disbursed over N275m to drone assault victims –Gov  Sani


The Kaduna State Governor, Senator Uba Sani, says that his administration has disbursed over N275 million from Private and non-private people to victims of Tudun Biri navy drone assault on the state.

The governor additional appealed to different people and all those that made pledges when the incident occured in December 2023 to kindly redeem them.

He made the disclosure in the course of the groundbreaking ceremony of the Resettlement Scheme for Particular person’s Impacted by Conflicts (RSPIC) at Tudun Biri village of Igabi Native Authorities Space of Kaduna state on Friday.

The resettlement scheme was flagged off by Vice President Kashim Shatima who later joined different Muslim trustworthy for Juma’at prayer alongside different high authorities officers, together with the Jigawa State Governor, Umar Namadi.

Governor Sani in his speech lauded President Bola Tinubu for choosing Tudun Biri for the groundbreaking of the resettlement scheme of the individuals impacted by conflicts.

He stated, “Our profound appreciation to our expensive President, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, for choosing Tudun Biri for the groundbreaking ceremony of the Resettlement Scheme for Individuals Impacted by Conflicts.

“This can be a clear demonstration of Mr. President’s dedication to wiping off the tears of the Tudun Biri individuals, and certainly the poor, weak and underserved in our nation.

“Mr. President feels the pains of the internally displaced individuals and all these affected by conflicts in our nation. He acknowledges the truth that first rate lodging and important infrastructure are important to the preservation of human dignity.

“We have now disbursed over N275,000,000 from cash donated by people, private and non-private establishments. I need to use this chance to attraction to all those that made pledges to please redeem them, as Mr. President and the Vice President have completed.”

In line with the governor, below this venture, dealt with by the Nationwide Emergency Administration Company (NEMA), 4 resettlement communities shall be inbuilt Igabi, Ikara, Giwa and Kauru LGAs for internally displaced victims of banditry, including that  homes, hospitals and faculties could be constructed to allow the victims begin life afresh.

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