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Senate donates December salaries to victims of Kaduna airstrike

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The leadership of the 10th Senate has made a charitable contribution of 109 million naira towards the rehabilitation of victims affected by the mistaken army air strike in Tudun Biri village, Igabi Local Government Area, Kaduna State.

The Deputy Senate President, Senator Barau Jibrin, disclosed this during a condolence visit to Governor Uba Sani at Sir Kashim Ibrahim Government House on Sunday.

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The donation, equivalent to their December salaries, is intended to support the welfare of the victims impacted by the unfortunate incident.

Expressing sympathy for the Kaduna State government and the Tudun Biri community, Senator Jibrin, representing Senate President Godswill Akpabio, assured that the National Assembly would collaborate with the Presidency to investigate the circumstances surrounding the accidental bombing.

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Governor Sani, while expressing gratitude for the senators’ empathetic gesture towards the victims, urged the National Assembly to actively support the Federal Government in investigating the military airstrike.

Additionally, he appealed to federal legislators to review the ongoing advocacy for the creation of state police, emphasizing that this measure would enhance security management across the country.

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