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Nigerian Army Shared Food Packs In Lagos

Nigerian Army Shared Food Packs In Lagos    

Following the official launch of Project Zero Hunger in Nigeria, the National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons in Nigeria in partnership with the Nigerian Army have shared food packs to Persons of Concern in 2 locations of Lagos State. VOICE OF NIGERIA reports.

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Imaan Sulaiman Ibrahim, the Federal Commissioner distributed the Food Care Packs to some Persons of Concern at the South-west Zonal Office of the Commission.

She said the initiative was initiated by the rising global food Insecurity. jamb results

Distributing the Food care packs, Suleiman-Ibrahim affirmed that the Initiative was in line with the Army’s Corporate Social Responsibility mandate. Information Guide Nigeria

According to her, the Project will adopt and promote an integrated and whole of society approach which allows everyone to complement the Federal Government’s efforts especially in the Feeding of POCs.

“The Project Zero Hunger, as a necessity, will help streamline and enhance the accessibility, distribution, and availability of mainly food and non-food items to satisfy the immediate nutritional needs of all persons of concern using The Food Care Packs”.

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