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APC Women's Diaspora leader in empowerment drive

14 December 2015, 13:41Okoro Chinedu

Lagos – The All Progressives Congress (APC) Diaspora Woman Leader, Mesi Ada Usiade, has embarked on some humanitarian projects in the country.

Usiade, a medical practitioner based in California in the United States, has delivered relief material and teaching aids to a school in Lagos.

Usiade also visited Dr Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu, the National woman leader of the APC, who was involved in a ghastly motor accident around Gwarinpa expressway in Abuja at the beginning of the month.

In her brief visit, both women discussed areas of common interest and expressed willingness to partner to alleviate women, youth and children’s empowerment.

Usiade assured her host of the commitment by international communities and stakeholders to increase assistance to the country.

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Aliyu used the visitation to thank everyone for their love and prayers, most especially Diaspora Nigerians.

Usiade was before her return to the United States scheduled to visit abused girls and engage in other humanitarian activities in Kaduna as well as distribute food and relief material to the needy.

She is undertaking this gifts under the auspices of Hope Africa initiative, a United Nations and United States registered organisation.

This is her third such visit.

Before departing Nigeria, she is expected to hand deliver congratulatory letters to: Ministers, Governors, and National Assembly Members. – CAJ News




- CAJ News

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