Covid-19: NMS Zaria Distribute Palliatives To Host Communities
The Nigerian Military School Zaria has distributed palliatives to some communities to alleviate their suffering during the Corona Virus pandemic lockdown.
Nigeria is battling with covid -19 for about two months now when the index case was first registered in February ending.
Captain Audu Arigu, Assistant Director Public Relations Depot NA/NMS in a statement made available to Enugu Reporters on Saturday said the communities benefited to the stimulus package were Jushi and Angwan Mallam Sule communities.
Captain Arigu said the distribution which took place today being 25th April, 2020 was to cushion the effect on the ravaging novel covid-19 lockdown regime installed by the Government to curtail the spread of the virus in the country.
He quoted the Commandant Nigerian Military School Brigadier General Bainze Haruna Mohammed as saying, the gesture was line with the foresight of the Nigerian Army under the leadership of the Chief of Army Staff Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai.
The Commandant also appreciated the two communities for their continual peaceful coexistence with the Institution. General Mohammed further enjoined them to maintain the posture and be law abiding throughout the period of this pandemic.
According to him, the Village Head of Jushi, Mallam Hammanu Dauda (Dagacin jushi) while delivering his vote of thanks promised the commandant for their continual loyalty and law abiding as a community.
He also thanked the Commandant, Nigerian Military School and the Nigerian Army as whole for finding the two communities worthy of the gift items.
Enugu Reporters gathered that, highlight of the event included the distribution of palliative items including ,500 bags of 5Kg Semovita, 700 loaves of Bread and 650 Sachet Water produced in-house by Nigerian Military School Ventures to the two Village Heads, Widows within the communities and over 500 Households within the two communities.
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