Lawmaker to marry off 100 Orphans in Kebbi as CSR

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A federal lawmaker, Sani Yakubu Noma, says he has concluded arrangements to give out 100 (hundred ) female orphans for marriage, Daily Trust reports.

Noma is representing the Argungu/Augie Federal Constituency of Kebbi State at the House of Representatives.

He spoke to journalists in his hometown in the Argungu area of the State, saying the marriage plan was part of his contributions to the welfare of orphans in his constituency.

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According to him, the marriage ceremony will take place at the Palace of the Emir of Argungu, Alhaji Sama’ila Muhammad Mera on Saturday.

“A committee has been set up for the successful implementation of the event. Those selected to be married out were drawn from the two local government areas that I’m representing at the National Assembly.

“Already, I have procured beds, mattresses, essential furniture and other matrimonial commodities for the beneficiaries,” he said.

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