First lady Delivers relief materials to flood victims

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Aisha Muhammadu Buhari is the wife of Muhammadu Buhari, the President of Nigeria, who assumed office on 29 May 2015 after defeating the then-incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan. She is a cosmetologist, beauty therapist and author.

Wife of the president, Mrs Aisha Buhari, on Monday made donations of relief materials to flood victims in Benue state. Air Max 90 Femme
First lady, Mississippi State Bulldogs stated she was in the state to identify with the Benue state Government and the flood victim after she made the donation at the Internally Displaced Persons, IDP, Nike Air Jordan 6 Womens
camp, at the International Market Makurdi. Maglia Damian Lillard Nike Air Max 90 Heren wit

Represented by the wife of Nasarawa State Governor, Philadelphia 76ers Mrs Mairo Al-Makura, Aisha said more relief materials are on the way. Air Jordan 2 (II) Terrelle Pryor – Ohio State Buckeyes She said that the relief materials were to assist the IDPs and facilitate their recovery from the trauma caused by the flood. adidas Stan Smith scarpe According to Newsmen the wife of the President donated 279 cartons of 3 in 1 Gari, Sugar and Milk, air max 90 damskie pomara czowe 50 cartons of Onga seasoning, Nike Air Jordan 3 Womens
600 packs of rice and 400 cartons of beverages. San Antonio Spurs Earlier, Adidas Superstar Homme the state Deputy Governor, Mr Benson Abounu, commended the wife of the President for her concern and care for women in the country. Canotte Los Angeles Lakers Air Max 90 Uomo

Abounu said that the flood has affected 21 local government areas in the state, adding that over 110,000 families were so far displaced. fjallraven kanken classic 16 L Nike SB Stefan Janoski He said that the state was in receipt of relief materials from the NEMA and other donor agencies in the country and commended the President for his quick response to the disaster. Nike Air Max 2017 Heren groen He disclosed that the dredging of River Benue and construction of drainage was the only way to prevent future re-occurrence of the flood disaster in the state.