Coalition in North East pass vote of confidence on NEDC Director humanitarian


By Ahmed Ahmed

Coalition of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) drawn from across the seven states of the North-East (Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe states) under the auspices of North-East Coalition of CSOs (NECCSO) passed a vote of confidence in Malam Musa Umar Yashi, the Executive Director, Humanitarian Affairs, North-East Development Commission (NEDC).

This is coming sequel to a sponsored attempt by some cheaply hired media scum, intended to smear the age-long, hard-earned, and enviable good name and dossier of Malam Musa Yashi.

The convener of the group, Yazid Inuwa Malamin Kasuwa from Bauchi state, reaffirmed that the group’s primary objective of passing the vote of confidence in Musa Yashi is not unconnected with his Midas touch in the Humanitarian Affairs directorate of the NEDC.

As the Executive Director of Humanitarian Affairs of the NEDC, Malam Musa Yashi extends the Oliver branch to every nook and cranny of the entire seven member states of the North-East.

Sequel to the gradual return of peace to the region, Malam Musa Yashi continues with the Commission’s resettlement, reconstruction and revamping of the economy of the zone.

Perhaps the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) within the region, in the sideline of the resettlement process of the Commission, are presently receiving the most required humanitarian aid, in the form of food and non-food items, under close supervision of the Commission’s Humanitarian Affairs Executive Director, Malam Musa Yashi.

Nonetheless, under the country’s current economic and social turbulence, resulting from the aftereffect of fuel subsidy removal, relief materials in the forms of food and non-food essential commodities, are evenly distributed across the seven North-Eastern member states of NEDC; namely Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Taraba and Yobe, respectively, courtesy of NEDC Humanitarian Affairs Executive Director, Musa Yashi. “`