A month after Boko Haram ravaged Andaha community in Akwanga Local Government, Nasarawa State, the people of the community now have a cause to smile as the Living Faith Church (LFC) donated relief materials to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) of the area.
The Church gifted two truckloads of items to the IDPs over the weekend following the devastating attacks in Kichingbo, Mente, Ninda, Numa-Kochu, Ancho, Bayan Dutse, Pampam, Kambre zone and Gbunchu villages, including the killing of 17 persons at Numa-Kochu village.
The donated materials which consist of clothes, foot wears, and blankets were handed over to the senator representing Nasarawa North senatorial, Philip Gyunka, for onward distribution to the displaced natives.
As ThisDay reports, the chairman of the church’s relief materials allocation committee for Andaha community, Pastor Dangana Kwanaki, explained that the materials were giving by the humanitarian unit of the church.
Pastor Kwanaki further added that the severity of the attack on each village determined the bases for the allocation, and as such, Mente had the highest allocation donated to the displaced persons.
Receiving the donations, Gyunka thanked the church for their support, appealing to the displaced persons to take solace in God.