AMEBO RADIO

Zamfara Govt donates N8.5m to families of slain Niger Republic soldiers


The Zamfara Government has given N8.5m to groups of perished and harmed Nigerien officers.

The fighters were assaulted in a trap by scoundrels amid a joint activity by the Nigerian Army and Nigerian troopers at Dumburum timberland in Zurmi Local Government zone of Zamfara State.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the occurrence happened when the culprits laid trap against the warriors amid which five of the Nigeriens were slaughtered.

The gift was displayed to authorities of the Government of Niger Republic by Governor AbdulAzeez Yari on Monday when he visited Maradi to sympathize with the Nigerien Government and groups of the people in question.

Yari was gotten by the Nigerien Minister of Defense, Kalla Muktari; Governor of Maradi State, Zakiri Umar; and other Niger government authorities.

Yari said the gift was to help the killed officers' families.

NAN further reports that every one of the five groups of the expired officers would be given N1m; while N500,000 will be displayed to every one of the five harmed troopers. N1m will be given to the Commander of the fighters who was additionally harmed amid the episode.

Yari portrayed the episode as sad, and implored Allah to give their families the strength to hold up under the misfortune.

Reacting, the Governor of Maradi State, Umaru Zakari, expressed gratitude toward the Zamfara Government for the visit and depicted it as opportune and an appreciated improvement.

NAN additionally reports that Yari and his escort went to the burial service petition for the Nigerien fighters.

The senator's appointment involved Emir of Zurmi, Abubukar Atiku; Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Sanusi Rikiji; Secretary to the State Government, Prof. Abdullahi Shinkafi; officials and nearby government administrators.

(NAN)
Zamfara Govt donates N8.5m to families of slain Niger Republic soldiers Zamfara Govt donates N8.5m to families of slain Niger Republic soldiers Reviewed by malik salawu on January 01, 2019 Rating: 5

No comments:

Technology

Powered by Blogger.