House of Representatives Speaker Yakubu Dogara on Saturday pledged to support the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Abuja with adequate food supply.
Dogara, who made the pledge in Abuja while flaging off a Medical Outreach and Wellness Initiative Programme at the Karimajiji Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) Camp, noted that the IDPs needed more support.
He assured them that he would work closely with the Committee on IDPs to ensure that some of their needs such as school, hospital and feeding, were met.
He, however, noted that it was the responsibility of the Federal Government to meet and solve most of the challenges facing the IDPs.
”I will work hand in hand with the Committee on IDPs to ensure enough supply of food item.
“We will work with FCT to ensure the IDP children go back to school and if there is no school, one will be built,” he said.
The Secretary, Directorate of Health Services, National Assembly, Dr Eme Moma-Efretuei, said that the wellness intervention initiative programe was designed to assess the disease burden of the displaced persons communities.
Moma-Efretuei said that the programme was also aimed at offering rapid intervention to mitigate the effects of the conditions and to proffer disease management strategies.
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The parents, who are aged in their 30s, have launched a foundation to provide a "brighter future" for other sick children.
The couple, from Bedfont, west London, raised more than £1.3m to pay for therapy in America and said they wanted to establish a foundation with the donations.
They also said they want to raise awareness of mitochondrial depletion syndrome.
"Our vision is to enhance the quality of life for mitochondrial sufferers through innovative research, family support, and raise much-needed awareness for this devastating condition," they said on the Charlie Gard Foundation website.
Doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London said the therapy would not help and said life-support treatment should stop.. .