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Sultan Foundation tours Adamawa, Borno, Yobe IDPs camps 

The Sultan Foundation for Peace and Development, a non-governmental orgnisation (NGO) set up by the Sultan of Sokoto is to mobilise assistance for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states.
The Director Programme of the foundation, Mallam Aminu Inuwa, made this known in Yola when he led a delegation of members of the foundation on a courtesy call on Lamido of Adamawa, Alhaji Barkindo Mustafa.
Inuwa said that the foundation, which had already visited Borno and Yobe states to identify the problems of the IDPs with a view to mobilising needed support and assistance from stakeholders.
“We will now go back and develop a brochure to be used to marshal donation and support for the IDPs.
“We want to support families to be economically independent,” Inuwa said.
He noted that the foundation would accord priority attention to widows and orphans by providing skill-acquisition training for the widows and education for the orphans and other vulnerable children affected by the insurgency.
He said that the foundation, set up by His Eminence Sa’ad Abubakar, had the promotion of peaceful co-existence and support for the under-privileged as its cardinal objectives.
Responding, the Lamido of Adamawa, Alhaji Barkindo Mustafa, lauded the commitment of the foundation to peace and support to the less privilege in the society and declared his full support to the foundation.
“The Sultan is a man of peace and a person I am committed to work with in pursuing peace and peaceful co-existence among the diverse people of this country,” Mustafa said.
Similar courtesy call was made by the foundation on the Deputy Governor of Adamawa State, Mr. Martins Babale, who assured them of government support and co-operation.
While in Yola, the foundation delegation which comprised Sheikh Bala Lau, Sheikh Hussaini Zakariya, Uztaz Adamu Aliyu, Uztaz Ibrahim Disina and Uztaz Abdullahi Mohammad visited IDP camps, where they donated some items and purchased pomade made by some women IDPs, who had  undergone skills-acquisition training.
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