- Governor Babagana Umara Zulum has warmed the hearts of many on social media once again with his exemplary leadership
- The Borno governor recently supervised the distribution of N325 million to 100,000 displaced people in Monguno
- Nigerians on social media lauded the governor for having the interest of the people at heart
Governor Babagana Umara Zulum of Borno state has supervised the distribution of N325 million to 100,000 displaced people in Monguno.
The disclosure was made by a Twitter user identified as Omasoro Ali Ovie, who stated that each head of house also got three bags of rice, maize, beans and other food items.
According to the young man, 35,000 women got wrappers and cash as well.
In his words:
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"Zulum supervised the distribution of N325m to 100,000 displaced persons in Monguno where each head of house also got three bags of rice, maize, beans and other food items. The 35,000 women got wrappers and cash as well."
Tweeps soon flooded the comment section of the post to commend the governor for his exemplary leadership.
"Dear @ProfZulum this gesture of distribution money & food is laudable. I think this could even be better if well organized & institutionalized. Create a Dept of Social Services with mandate to provide cash & food assistance to the poor based on established eligibility criteria."
"Is this man from another planet? He's so close to his people. The other day, he stopped to help women gathering firewood. He must have thought about their safety. God bless you, Gov Zulum."
"What a special man! May Allah continue to guide and protect him. Well done to you too for the positivity. Jazaka-Allah Khaeran sir."
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In a previous report by Legit.ng, Governor Zulum commissioned two mega schools in low-income communities of the state.
Underprivileged pupils numbering 30,000 are being enrolled in the two schools, which were commissioned on Monday, October 26, 2020.
The educational institutions were built at Ajilari Cross in Jere and Abuja-Sheraton in Maisandari ward of Maiduguri metropolitan council.