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Catholic Bishop Of Yola Diocese Builds Houses For Internally Displaced People In Adamawa

The Catholic Bishop of Yola Diocese, Most Reverend Stephen Dami Mamza has done really well for the Internally Displaced People in Adamawa state by building and commissioning a housing unit for the people displaced from their homes as a result of insurgency, banditry and insecurity in the state.

The construction of the housing unit began in January this year with the sponsorship of the Catholic Bishop of Yola Diocese through the Diocesan bishop, Stephen Dami Mamza.

The project which has been completed recently has been commissioned by Bishop Mamza. The housing unit includes 167 houses, a chapel, mosque, hospital and school to make life meaning for the occupants.

During the commissioning of the project, some top political and religious leaders were in attendance. The Executive governor of Adamawa State, His Excellency Ahmadu Umaru Funtili was present. The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Most Reverend Dr Matthew Hassan Kukah was also in attendance. Priests, laity members, and other dignitaries from within and outside Adamawa state were also present at the occasion.

Bishop Mamza's efforts in the rehabilitation of the Internally displaced people in Adamawa state is highly commendable. He has set a pace for others to follow.

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