Climate Change: Zuru Forum Donates 250 Economic Trees To Kebbi School

Climate Change: Zuru Forum Donates 250 Economic Trees To Kebbi School

10/17/2021 3:37:00 PM

Climate Change: Zuru Forum Donates 250 Economic Trees To Kebbi School

Zuru Patriotic Forum (ZPF), a social group in Zuru Emirate of Kebbi State, has handed over 250 economic trees to Government Girls Science College, Ribah

“The climate change can affect our economy, our agriculture, it could cause communal clashes. Some of these crises you are seeing in Nigeria are caused as a result of climate change. We are doing this to enabling you have a conducive learning environment in the school. You need shields while you are studying. We are happy that this project has succeeded, over 90 per cent of the trees have survived,” Sanda said.

ADVERTISEMENTHe said that some of the mangos and mahogany have grown fast, adding that the school should continue to plant trees and encourage others to do the same.Earlier, the chairman of ZPF, Alhaji Sani Yusuf Tadi, explained the Forum members sat and discussed what they could offer to the new and unborn generations, and agreed on the project which would be of tremendous benefit to many generations.

Read more: LEADERSHIP NEWS »

Nigeria to lose N170trn to climate change by 2050 – ActionAid - Daily Trust“This year, our budget is N16.39trn. This means that two years’ budget will be lost to climate change at minimum. But $460bn being the maximum, which is a total of N170trn; that is 10 years of ...

Pandemic, climate change and conflict fuel sharp rise in global hunger

COVID-19 vaccine: US donates over 3.5 million doses to NigeriaThe United States Mission in Nigeria has announced the arrival of additional 3,577,860 doses of Pfizer vaccine in Nigeria through COVAX. FULANIS WILL HIDE THE VACCINE THINKING THAT THEY WOULD USE IT AGAIN AND AGAIN AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.

Nigerian Army Donates Educational Materials To PupilsThe 19 Battalion (Rear) of 63 Brigade, Nigerian Army, Koko in Delta State has given out educational materials to pupils of Abeke Primary School in Sapele

Expose illegal tree fellers, Ogun tells timber contractors - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria How to deal with cops who don't care about you? You can't.

Diaspora Igbo, PANDEF Leaders Demand Free, Fair Guber Poll In AnambraDiaspora Igbo and Pan-Niger Delta Forum, PANDEF have urged all the major stakeholders in the conduct of the November 6 Anambra gubernatorial election to

4 hours ago “The climate change can affect our economy, our agriculture, it could cause communal clashes. Some of these crises you are seeing in Nigeria are caused as a result of climate change. We are doing this to enabling you have a conducive learning environment in the school. You need shields while you are studying. We are happy that this project has succeeded, over 90 per cent of the trees have survived,” Sanda said. ADVERTISEMENT He said that some of the mangos and mahogany have grown fast, adding that the school should continue to plant trees and encourage others to do the same. Earlier, the chairman of ZPF, Alhaji Sani Yusuf Tadi, explained the Forum members sat and discussed what they could offer to the new and unborn generations, and agreed on the project which would be of tremendous benefit to many generations. He said: “This forum would be serving as an avenue for all civil servants and well to do people to be giving back to the society. This community gave us a lot, we were born here, trained here and we are going to serve the community too. So, we are determined to serve our people and continue to put smile on their faces. So, the ZPF came out with some programmes and one of them is a campaign to combat desertification, from desert to afforestation. We started two years ago with Federal College Zuru and we were here last year.’’ He commended the management of the school for thoroughly supervising the nurturing of the seedling, adding that the forum would also embark on other projects such as the rehabilitation of the school hall. In her remark, the Principal of the College, Hajiya Maryam Namadi, commended the forum for donating the economic trees to the school.