Zailani Absolute Care Foundation NEC Meets, Agrees To Expand Activities

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    By KATO P. LADAN, Kaduna

    In its bid at expanding and better coordinating its activities, the Zailani Absolute Care Foundation (ZACF) has agreed to set up a functional office.

    From L-R: Chairman Board of Trustees Alhaji Manir Ibrahim Zailani, Councillor Afaka Ward Hon. Auwal S. Mohammed, Chairman of the foundation Tasiu Musa and State Holder Comrade Ibrahim Dahiru Danfulani during the Zailani Absolute Care Foundation Spacial Meeting with Local Government Coordinators of the Foundation in Kaguna on Saturday November 7, 2020. Photos:: BASHIR BELLO DOLLARS

    This was part.of the resolutions at the end of its National Executive Council (NEC) Meeting held on Saturday November 7 in Kaduna, as contained in a communiqué jointly signed by its drafting committee,
    Ibrahim Dahiru Danfulani (Chairman), Ismaila Yahaya Afaka (member) and Benjamin Y. Maigari (Secretary).

    “NEC agreed to sort out how to acquire standard functional Office in a very good location. NEC is also working towards having a WEBSITE for the foundation,” it said.

    The NEC presided over by the foundation’s Chairman, Comrade Tasiu Musa and attended by Board members, Central working committee members, two representatives from each local government in Kaduna State, and some invited members began around 11:04am and also unanimously commended Kaduna State Government on efforts so far put in place to curb the COVID-19 Pandemic..

    “NEC through the Board of Directors Chairman – Mannir Ibrahim Zailani and Foundation Chairman– Comrade Tasiu Musa congratulated the Grand Patron on his Emergence as Chairman Northern Speaker’s Forum.

    “Chairman, Zailani Absolute Care foundation, Comrade Tasiu Musa informed the NEC about the completion of the registration of Foundation at the Corporate Affairs Commission.

    “On the Issue of the foundation activities Tasiu Musa update NEC on the success recorded on the medical Support by the Foundation to number of people at the Barau Dikko Specialist Hospital, Kaduna which gulfed over a Million Naira and also said the program will continue in touching the lives of the less privileged,” it said.

    On Education, the communiqué said that the foundation also sponsored orphans and less privileged to write WAEC, NECO and Tertiary Institutions and promised to continue the good work.

    “NEC will also work with government correctional facilities to give hope to those detained without trials for minor offences,” it added.

    ZACF NEC condoled the government and people of the state as well as Zazzau Emirate Council over the death of the former Emir, Alhaji Dr. Shehu Idris and congratulated the new Emir Alhaji Ahmed Nuhu Bamalli.

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