ABUJA – The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has donated 60 bags of rice, 60 cartoons of vegetable oil and 12 cows to 12 selected less privileged groups in the nation’s capital in the spirit of Eid-el- Fitr celebration.
Representatives of the group were given five 50kg bags of rice and five cartoons of groundnut oil and one cow each for onward distribution to their members.
Those who benefited from items includes, School for the handicapped Kuje; School for the blind Jabi; School for the deaf Kuje; Leppers Colony; Motherless baby home; FCT Para Soccer team; Unity Orphanage Bwari and Community based Vocational Rehabilitation Center Old Karu.
Others were Community based vocational based Rehabilitation center Zuba, Blind person Karon Majiji, Vocational Rehabilitation center Kuje and Karon Majiji Disabled Rehabilitation Community.
Presenting the items to the beneficiaries on behalf of the administration, the Chief of Protocols, Malam Sani Daura said it was a routine gesture by the administration in assisting the less privileged at a time such as this to enable them celebrate the festival with other member of the society.
The Chief Protocols, who was represented by the Head of Admin in his office, Mr Terfa Agor enjoined the representatives of the groups to be transparent in distributing the items to their members.
Daura, however, called on the group, especially the Muslims, to pray for peace and unity amongst residents of the FCT and the nation at large as they celebrate Eid-el fitr.
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