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Katsina State Moves to 4th Round of COVID-19 Palliatives Distribution

Katsina State Government distributed fourth round of Covid 19 palliatives to beneficiaries in the thirty four local government areas in the state.

The Speaker Katsina State House of Assembly AlhTasiu Musa Maigari said the palliatives was meant to cushion the hardships faced by people as a result of covid 19 pendamic.

Alhaji Tasiu Maigari pointed out that government is concerned with the plight of the people during the covid19 and deem it necessary to assist people in all ways.

He said that the items distributed includes 10kg of rice, sugar, indomie and spaghetti.

Tasiu said we have four thousand nine hundred and two polling units in the State. Six people were selected to benefit in each of the polling unit across the 34 local governments in the State.

He said that already there is a committee at the state, local government and ward levels in which the state committee will sit down and breakdown to the local government committee, the local governments committee will break down to the ward committee up to the polling unit in other to make a hitch and fair distribution.

He appealed to the members of the committee to share the items to the most vulnerable households.

The Chief Press Secretary to the Deputy Governor Katsina State, Ibrahim Musa Kallah in a confirmed that those at the distribution center included the Permanent Secretary Deputy Governors office Alhaji Aminu Bazariye Mni and Bunun Katsina Alh Salisu Ado shinkafi, SSA special duties to his excellency the deputy Governor, among others


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