The National Mosque Dawah and Welfare Foundation has distributed various food items to over 200 indigent Muslims across the Federal Capital Territory, FCT.
Speaking during the distribution ceremony on Monday in Abuja, the Chairman of the foundation, Dr. Muhammad Kabir-Adam, said the gesture was to feed Muslims and ease their Ramadan fasting.
Mr Adam noted that since it is encouraged to give out alms during the holy month, the foundation saw the need to help the beneficiaries and their families for the few remaining days of the holy month.
While stating that the distribution is the first of its kind, the chairman said that bringing succour to less-privileged families across the country is part of the humanitarian activities of the foundation.
“We also engage in Dawah for Muslims to learn more about the religion and also visit IDP camps to help those residing there,” Mr Adam added.