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NAOWA inaugurates projects in Mogadishu Cantonment

The president Nigerian Army Officers Wife Association (NAOWA) Mrs Salamatu Yahya says the association is committed to impacting on the lives of the less privileged and vulnerable in society.

The NOAWA President stated this in Abuja while commissioning some projects at the Mogadishu Cantonment Asokoro, constructed by NAOWA Garrison Chapter.

She commended the Coordinator of the Chapter, Mrs Asmau Garba for sustaining the legacies and upholding the tenets of unity and service of NAOWA to improve on the lives of the beneficiaries.

“The construction of this additional borehole within the barracks, to complement other sources of water supply clearly shows the commitment of the Chairperson NAOWA AHQ Gar Chapter to improve the standard in the barrack, it is also a mark that she is in tune with my vision of “Sustaining Legacies and Upholding the Tenets of Unity and Service”.

I wish to congratulate all the target beneficiaries of this project and enjoin them to effectively maintain the Solar Powered Borehole for it to serve its intended purpose, Salamatu added.

The Coordinator, NAOWA AHQ Garrison Chapter, Mrs Asmau Garba thanked the NAOWA President for her continued support and explained that the projects are in line with the association’s developmental goals to enhance the lives of its members and immediate community.

Adding that five-solar boreholes were constructed to help address the problem of water scarcity in the barrack and the purchase of a 32-seater bus was to ease movements when executing projects.

Reporting by Hadiza Abdulrahman; Editing by Muzha Kucha