The Nigeria Military School (NMS) Zaria, Kaduna State, has distributed palliatives to Jushi and Angwan Malam Sule host communities to cushion the effect of the lockdown in the area.
Capt. Audu Arigu, Assistant Director Public Relations, Depot Nigeria Army and Nigeria Military School, made this known in a statement on Saturday in Zaria.
The Commandant, Nigerian Military School, Brig.-Gen. Bainze-Haruna Mohammed, distributed the items to the host communities on Saturday.
Mohammed said the gesture was in line with the foresight of the Nigeria Army under the leadership of the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai.
The commandant also appreciated the communities for their peaceful coexistence with the Institution over time.
Mohammed further enjoined them to maintain the posture and be law abiding throughout the period of this pandemic.
In his remarks, the Village Head of Jushi, Malam Hammanu Dauda (Dagacin Jushi) promised the commandant of their loyalty as a community.
He also thanked them for finding the two communities worthy of the gift.
The items distributed include 500 bags of 5Kg Semovita, 700 loaves of bread and 650 Sachet Water, which are produced by Nigerian Military School Ventures. Over 500 households within the two communities benefited from the gesture. (NAN)
– Apr. 25, 2020 @ 18:59 GMT |