Natives and residents of Kpaduma communities in Asokoro district of Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) has commended the High Ranking Police Officers Women Wing from the Force Headquarters in Abuja for coming to their rescue by distributing palliatives to vulnerable people in the community.
Secretary of the communities, Simon Baba-Yerimah, who spoke on behalf of the communitie’s district head, Ahmadu Mamayi, during the distribution of the palliative from the Police Officers Women led by the Asokoro District Police Divisional Head, Aisha Yusuf, said the women proved that they are truly mothers who have the interest of their children at heart.
The district head said they were surprised to that the Police who many people thought were there to protect the people, also have the interest of people’s welfare at heart, by ensuring that they ease their suffering during the COVID-19 partial lockdown.
“We want to sincerely appreciate the High Ranking Police Women Wing who was led to our community by Asokoro Police divisional head, Mrs. Aisha Yusuf, for their kind gesture and motherly love. Life has been very challenging for all of us since this lockdown started.
“Over 300 natives and residents of this community benefitted from this gesture from the bags of rice, cartoons of indomie noodles and other food items that they distributed to our people in this community.
“In the past, we never believed that the Police can have this kind of good heart to reach out to people, but this kind gesture exhibited today, has proven all of us wrong that the Police also feel the pains and plight if people that are suffering.
“We want to appeal to other privileged well meaning Nigerians to emulate the kind gesture of the Police women by also coming to the rescue of people in this community. Because, there are many vulnerable people here that need the assistance of the government and privileged Nigerians during this period,” he said.
The High Ranking Police Women Wing of Force Headquarters had last week distributed about 300 20kg bags of rice, about 200 cartoons of Indomie noodles, cretes of eggs and other food items to vulnerable people of Kpaduma community to ease their suffering during the lockdown.