Kogi community gets multi-million naira donation from T.Y Danjuma Group
Story from Rabi’atu, Lokoja
The Victims Support Fund (VSF) and T.Y Danjuma Group has a made a multi-million naira donation to Kogi State.
The group made donations of food items such as Rice, Garri, Palm oil, Salt and Vegetable oil to 3,000 households, commissions solar powered boreholes and presented medical items to health care centres across the state.
Deputy Governor of Kogi State, Chief Edward Onoja, who commissioned the distribution of the relief materials and flagged off the solar powered borehole at Government Girls Secondary School, Sarkin Noma in Lokoja, appreciated the team for the kind gesture towards the Confluence State.
Chief Onoja commended the team’s Chairman, Gen. TY Danjuma, for considering the people of the state for such a laudable gesture, saying that the relief materials and the water provided would go a long way in providing succour and hope.
Presenting the relief materials, the Chairperson, Taskforce of Victims Support Fund VSF, Barr. Toyosi-Akerele Ogunsuji, said that the gesture was aimed at giving succour to victims of the virus.
“We understand there are no internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Kogi State but because of our dedication and commitment, we are in Kogi State having initiated projects which will help to touch the lives of the rural and poor people in Kogi”
The principal of Government Girls Secondary School Sarkin Noma, Hajia Fatima Salihu, where a borehole was selected for commissioning, described the gesture as a huge relief to the school and the surrounding community.
She thanked Gen. T.Y. Danjuma for his humanitarian services through the VSF and wished him more of God’s grace to do more for mankind.
The facilitator and focal person of the huge multi-million naira donation to the state and strategist to Kogi State Government, Dr Ronke Bello, in her vote of thanks described the donation as great success.