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NEMA presents relief materials to PLSG





The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), recently

presented assorted relief materials to the Plateau State Governor, Barrister Caleb Manasseh Mutfwang, for onward delivery to displaced persons affected in the recent crisis in Mangu Local Government Area worth millions of naira.
He also affirmed his administration’s dedication to collaborating with federal agencies to aid in the resettlement of communities displaced by recent terrorist attacks in the state.

According to him, he would ensure that the displaced persons are resettled back to their ancestral homes. ” I will be the happiest person to see these people go back to their homes and fully protected by the security agencies “, the governor emphasised .

He disclosed this when the Zonal Director of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Alh. Bashir Idris Garga, visited him at his residence in Rayfield, Jos. He further said that there is the urgent need for coordinated efforts to address the impact of natural disasters and the unfortunate consequences of terrorism, banditry, and violent assaults, which have uprooted numerous communities across Plateau and beyond.

Governor Mutfwang commended NEMA for its relief efforts and expressed his commitment to enhancing the capabilities of the Plateau State Emergency Management Agency to meet global standards.

He extended gratitude to Vice President Kashim Shettima and the Director General of NEMA for appointing Alh. Bashir Idris Garga as the Zonal Director for North Central, headquartered in Jos, promising unwavering support for effective interventions.

Alh. Bashir Idris Garga had earlier conveyed appreciation for the governor’s hospitality and gave assurance of continued support from the agency to address the needs of the displaced population in the state.

He outlined plans to extend assistance to victims in Mangu affected by the recent security breaches, giving assurance of NEMA’s determination to facilitate the rehabilitation and return of affected individuals to their communities.

Garga lamented the recurring security challenges that have left many citizens impoverished and forced them to abandon their homes out of fear.

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