DISTRIBUTION OF FOOD ITEMS IN AN IDP HOST COMMUNITY LOCATED AT JIDDARI BUS STOP, MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE

On the 21st of February 2016, IDPS from hosts communities in wards located at the capital city of Maiduguri in Borno state namely Mairi Kuwait and Jiddari Bus Stop complained of shortage of food supplies. The women were Bawa doram Modu who had ten (10) children) , Ba Kawu Modu , Nine (9) Children, Ya Ganama Abatcha , Seven (7) children, Falmata Imam, Eight (8) children, Ya Ganama Mustapha, Two (Children) Hadiza Mustapha, Two (2) Children, Falmata Yahaya, Three(3) Children and Ya ganama Aja, Three (Children) respectively.

On 25 of February, 2016, NADI staff responded to these complaints and organized the distribution of food items which included rice, flour, pepper, onion, turkey oil, kuka, and okro. A hired tricycle cart (KEKE NAPEP) was utilized to transfer the foodstuff to Jiddari bus stop to deliver these items to the women.

Once again, Minor security challenges were faced during the distribution process when a restriction on security check points prevented the hired tricycle cart from passing with the food items contained. To curtail this challenge, the NADI staff alternatively decided to re-hire a taxi with additional expense and had the food items successfully distributed to the women. In the absence of some women, their husbands collected the food items on behalf of the families.

On the 21st of February 2016, IDPS from hosts communities in wards located at the capital city of Maiduguri in Borno state namely Mairi Kuwait and Jiddari Bus Stop complained of shortage of food supplies. The women were Bawa doram Modu who had ten (10) children) , Ba Kawu Modu , Nine (9) Children, Ya Ganama Abatcha , Seven (7) children, Falmata Imam, Eight (8) children, Ya Ganama Mustapha, Two (Children) Hadiza Mustapha, Two (2) Children, Falmata Yahaya, Three(3) Children and Ya ganama Aja, Three (Children) respectively.

On 25 of February, 2016, NADI staff responded to these complaints and organized the distribution of food items which included rice, flour, pepper, onion, turkey oil, kuka, and okro. A hired tricycle cart (KEKE NAPEP) was utilized to transfer the foodstuff to Jiddari bus stop to deliver these items to the women.

Once again, Minor security challenges were faced during the distribution process when a restriction on security check points prevented the hired tricycle cart from passing with the food items contained. To curtail this challenge, the NADI staff alternatively decided to re-hire a taxi with additional expense and had the food items successfully distributed to the women. In the absence of some women, their husbands collected the food items on behalf of the families.

 

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