A delegation of the Adamawa Peacemakers Initiative (API), the American University of Nigeria (AUN) has paid a courtesy visit to displaced persons in Mubi, who were affected by the insurgency attacks in Borno and Yobe state.
The president of American University of Nigeria (AUN), Margee Ensign, who led other delegations of the religious community, while addressing the victims said they were there to commiserate with the displaced victims.
They urged them never to lose hope in life in spite of what they were going through. “We are here as your mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters. We feel your hunger and suffering; it makes us want to do more to stop the violence. We have come to show our love and support and to tell you that you are not alone.”
Similarly, Rev. Fr. Taparki, prayed with the victims and asked them to remain peaceful and to love one another. Imam Bello, who also prayed with the displaced persons, said “We have come to sympathize with you and pray to God that this mayhem would not be repeated.
The Project Coordinator, Center for Women and Adolescent Empowerment, (NGO) handed some items such as food, clothing, and relief materials to the displaced persons, donated by the API for distribution to the refugees,
The spokesman of the displaced persons, Malam Ibrahim Saliu, expressed gratitude to members of the delegation and thanked them for their encouragement, prayers and gifts, noting that they were comforted by the solidarity of the Adamawa Peacemakers.