Eid-el-kabir: Lubna foundation shares 100 Rams, cash, foodstuffs in Zamfara 

The Lubna Baba Gusau Foundation has taken significant steps to alleviate economic hardships faced by various communities in Gusau, Zamfara State, during the Sallah festive season. 

The foundation, known for its commitment to empowering underprivileged children and communities, has rolled out a series of philanthropic activities in Gusau.

In a recent initiative, the foundation distributed 350 food take-away packages and 50 bags of sachet water across three hospitals: Ahmad Sani Yariman Bukura Specialist Hospital, King Fahad Hospital, and Farida General Hospital in Gusau. This effort aimed to support patients and healthcare workers during the Eid-el-kabir festive period.

Additionally, the foundation identified and supported 20 youths, each receiving ₦50,000. This financial assistance, totaling ₦1,000,000, was provided to help cushion the economic impact of the festive season on these young individuals.

The foundation also shared 100 rams among its members, neighbors, the less privileged, and religious clergy. This act of generosity was part of the foundation’s broader mission to support and uplift the community.

Moreover, a two-day foodstuff distribution event was held, targeting only the less privileged households within the IBB Layout. The foundation distributed 360 packages of rice, spaghetti, and macaroni to ensure that these families could celebrate the festive season without worries about food scarcity.

Haj. Dr. Lubna Muhammad Gusau, the founder of the foundation and honored as Sarauniyar Gusau da Kasar Hausa, emphasized the importance of community support. In her remarks, she urged wealthy individuals to extend help to those in need and called on Muslims in the state to pray for peace and tranquility in Zamfara State and Nigeria at large during the festive period.

The Lubna Baba Gusau Foundation continues to be a beacon of hope, dedicated to creating a brighter future through access to essential resources and opportunities for the underprivileged.

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