Women Wing of  APC 2023 Presidential Campaign Team Donates N20 Million, Food Items 400 Flood Victims 

By Abdulkareem Haruna

The women’s wing of the APC 2023 presidential campaign team has on Friday donated the sum of N20/ million to 400 flood victims in Damaturu, Yobe state.

The ruling party’s campaign team had since last week comtinued to identify with people affected by the recent flood disaster in some states of the country during which they donate cash, food and no food support to the victims. 

The women of the of the APC presidential campaign team led by TH Chairperson, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, who is the wife of the APC presidential candidate, had while addressing the victims of the flood disaster, said they found it necessary to visit Yobe State to commiserate with them over the natural disaster that has destroyed livelihoods. 

Senator Tinubu sympathized with the victims and prayed that  Almighty God averts a recurrence.

Yobe Governor Mai Buni addressing the visiting wives of the APC presidential ticket

Senator Tinubu made a presentation of N20 million as support to 400 victims of the flood with each expected to have 50,000 naira as support to enable them to recapitalize the small-scale businesses that they were engaged in before the flood disaster. 

Food and non-food items were also presented to the victims through the Yobe state government. 

The Governor of Yobe state, Alhaji Mai Mala Buni, appreciated the team for the visit and donations. He stressed that the donated cash and food items will go a long way in bringing succour to the victims. 

The Women’s campaign delegation which has the wife of the APC vice presidential candidate Hajiya Nana Shettima, as co-chair, also visited the palace of the Emir of Damaturu, Alhaji Shehu Hashimi Ibn El-Kenemi II, where they commiserate with the respected monarch over the recent demise of his son, Abba Sadiq Shehu Hashimi.

The women who flew in from Abuja landed at Maiduguri international airport before braving it by road to Damaturu on a trip that was about 135km long. 

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