A non-governmental organization, the Mustard Seed Foundation (MSF) based in Kuje Tuesday presented drugs worth thousands of naira to Kuje area council as part of its humanitarian services.
The coordinator of the foundation, Rev Paul Udoh in his speech, said the group is made up of professionals from diverse fields with interest in building capacity and training of the less privileged in various skills.
Udoh said only this year, the organisation reached out to over five thousand less privileged in and around Kuje area council.
He noted that the executive chairman, since assumption of office, has been very supportive to the foundation and urged him to do more.
Responding to the gesture, chairman Kuje area council, Abdullahi Sulieman Sabo, commended the foundation for deeming it fit to support the effort of the council.
Sabo promised that the drugs would be judiciously utilised for the benefit of the less privileged while calling on other NGO’s to do same as government alone will not be able to do it all.
He reiterated that by virtue of the mandate given to him by the people of Kuje, he will do everything possible to leave Kuje better than he met it.