The distribution exercise took place at the premises of the state’s Ministry for Youths and Sports, which had no fewer than 40 youths in the state benefitting from the gesture.
Mr Gwarmai who is the special assistant to the state government on youths development also distributed some items such as motorcycles, bicycles, money in cash worth over N100,000, building blocks and other building materials.
The senior politician said that his decision to include the donkey in the list of items to be distributed followed the request made by some of the beneficiaries who uses it to go about their daily lives suas transport sand, gravel and blocks in their locality, adding that the empowerment will improve their ways of doing business, as they lack basic amenities such as good road and so on.
After receiving the items, the beneficiaries expressed their gratitude and remorse to the politician and promised to use it judiciously.
Some dignitaries who attended the sharing exercise include other senior politicians such as the state’s Commissioner for Youths and Sports, senior special assistant on sports II, and other top government officials.
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