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Malami donates car, 24 motorbikes to Kebbi Ulamas

Rayyan Alhassan is a graduate of Journalism and Mass Communication at Sikkim Manipal University, Ghana. He is the acting Managing Editor at the Daily Nigerian newspaper, a position he has held for the past 3 years. He can be reached via [email protected], or, or @Rayyan88 on Twitter.
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The Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, has donated a Peugeot 406 car and 24 motorcycles to selected Ulamas in Kebbi.

Ibrahim Abubakar-Jombali, Publicity Secretary of Khadimiyya for Justice and Development Initiative, a non-governmental organisation, NGO, founded by the minister, made this known in a statement on Monday in Birnin Kebbi.

Malami, in the statement, described Ulamas as critical stakeholders in ensuring peace and unity in the country.

While presenting the donation, the minister, represented by his Personal Assistant, Nafi’u Yakubu-Lugga, said that the Ulamas deserved every support and encouragement as the first point of every child’s spiritual and moral guidance.

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He also urged them not to relent in praying and preaching for the peace and unity of the country.

Earlier, the National Coordinator of the NGO, Malami Abdulqadir, congratulated the beneficiaries and commended Mr Yakubu- Lugga for facilitating the distribution of the items.

He described the minister’s aide as a loyal personal assistant committed to the ideals of his principal.

Also speaking, the Manager, Kadi Malami Foundation, Yahaya Koko, described the numerous acts of philanthropy embarked upon by the AGF as something he inherited from his late father.

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“The mobility gesture to the Ulamas is not the first of its kind as the two NGOs have been executing meaningful projects that have direct bearing on the lives of citizens,” he said.

The Chairman, Kebbi State League of Imam and Ulamas, Ibrahim Umar-Bayawa, commended the minister for his various interventions.

He said the gesture would encourage them to redouble their efforts in impacting knowledge and preaching the gospel of peace in the society.

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“The Ulamas and Imams will remain indebted to the minister for always extending the hands of assistance and drawing them close in his humanitarian activities.

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“I urge other appointees of government and the well-meaning individuals to borrow a leaf from the minister in his fight against poverty which will go a long way in restoring the peaceful co-existence in the state and the country,” he said.


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