Wada’s Wife, Halima Donates Cash, Items To Family of Triplet
Wife of Kogi Governor Hajia Halima Wada donates food items worth thousands of naira, cloths and cash to family
of triplet in kogi.
The Governor’s wife donated the items at the residence of Mr and Mrs Zacheri Sanni, the parent of the triplet in Girinya community of Kogi Local Government area in Kogi.
She thanked God on behalf of the parent of the triplet for the successfull delivery of the babies as she was touched by the story of the young mother, hence the need to surpport the family.
She urged the parent of the triplet to judiciously use the donated items to take good care of the triplets stating that children are supposed to bring joy to the family.
She enjoined the mother of the triplet to take good care of herself by feeding well so she can have enough breast milk to feed the children.
The father of the triplet Mr Zacheri Sanni who was overwhemed with joy thanked the governors wife for her kind gesture and he prayed that God bless her and her entire family.
Earlier the first lady of the state Hajia Halima Wada visited the Ohimege of Koto-Karfe Alhaji Abdulrazak Issah at his residence in Koto-Karfe.
She stated at the residence of the Ohimege that her visit is to pay him homage for his successfull ancession as the Ohimege of koto-karfe and majorly because of the birth of the tripplet in his domain.
She prayed for long life and peaceful reign on the throne for the Ohimege and that his reign would bring Unity and development to the people of the area.
She commended the people of that area for complementing the effort of the state government in contributing to the Agricultural development of the state.
She urges the people of the area to continue to surpport the present administration through Agriculture as it is one of the transformation agenda of the state government.
The Ohimege Alhaji Abdulrazak Issah responded by thanking the first lady of the state 4 her visit and commended the governor Capt. Idris Wada for renovating his palace, describing him as a man with listening ear.
He described the First Lady as a worthy ambassador of the state, appealing to her to include Women in his area in her pet project program especially in the area of Agriculture.