PALLIATIVE: Food Distribution as Palliative Brings Joy to Hundreds of Women in Kaduna Metropolitan City

By, Zakari Haruna, Staff Writer

In a heartwarming display of compassion and solidarity, hundreds of women in Kaduna Metropolitan City rejoiced as they received food items distributed as part of a palliative effort by the Kaduna State Government. 

The initiative, spearheaded by Honorable Sadiq Mamman Lagos, Commissioner of the Ministry of Local Government Affairs, aimed to alleviate the economic hardships faced by Nigerians, particularly vulnerable groups such as women, persons with disabilities, and youth.

The distribution, meticulously coordinated by Hon. Sadiq Mamman Lagos and his dedicated team, brought relief to those struggling to make ends meet. As beneficiaries from diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds received their share, gratitude flowed freely. Many described the gesture as a lifeline, ameliorating their dire circumstances.

Governor Uba Sani always expressed his appreciation for the resilience and strength exhibited by the women and people with special needs. Their prayers for the growth and development of Kaduna State resonated across the gathering, as they appealed to divine wisdom to guide the state's affairs. 

Hon. Sadiq Maman Lagos, known for his uncommon humility, exemplified loyalty, honesty, and exemplary leadership. As a true lieutenant of Governor Uba Sani, he ensured that the event unfolded seamlessly, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of those present.

News Panorama reports that the distribution commenced at 7 AM and continued well into the late afternoon, with excitement radiating from every face. The Local Media Committee's unwavering commitment, coupled with the steadfastness of Senior Special Assistant Muhammed Sani Haruna, contributed to the success of this vital endeavor.

As the sun dipped below the horizon, the echoes of gratitude and hope reverberated throughout Kaduna Metropolitan City, reminding us all of the power of compassion and collective action in times of need. 

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