The Zamfara State Government has distributed the sum of twenty five million to the families of the deceased who lost their lives as a result of banditry activities in Tsafe Local Government Area f the state.
This was disclosed in Tsade by the leader of the delegation and Deputy Speaker, Zamfara State House Of Assembly Musa Bawa Musa Yankuzo at the emir’s palace.
He said the assistance was meant to serve as relief to the families of the deceased, adding that the administration of Governor Matawalle will continue to devise means to dealing with the ugly trend in the state.
Musa Bawa Musa described the unfortunate attacks on the innocent people in 15 communities of Tsafe Emirate as inhuman and devastating, and pray to Almighty Allah to prevent the reoccurrence of the deadly act.
The Deputy speaker also extended Governor Bello Muhammad Matawalle’s condolence and sympathy message to the families of the deceased, people of the emirate and Tsafe Local Government council in general.
Speaking earlier, the Emir of Tsafe Alhaji Muhammadu Abubakar Bawa thanked Governor Bello Muhammad Matawalle for timely respond within 48 hours to the plight of the communities attacked by the bandits in the emirate.
Similarly, the State Government through State Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development had distributed 561 bags of Food Stuff, clothes and other non-food items to 428 IDPs from the 15 communities in Tsafe Town.
The Commissioner Of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development Fa’ika M. Ahmad explained that, the support to IDPs was part of the ministry’s schedules to the displaced persons with a view to cushioning their situation.
Represented by the Permanent Secretary of the ministry Alhaji Tukur Shehu Kaya further reaffirmed the ministry’s commitments to the plight of the IDPs and vulnerable households across the state.
Responding, the Sole Administrator of Tsafe Local Government Council Hon. Aminu Mudi assured their continuous support to the administration of Governor Bello Muhammad Matawalle for responding to the security situation of the people.