MISMAS Foundation Distributes Hundreds of Omega-3 to Women Journalists



By: Joy Odor/Kaduna

A Non-Governmental Organization ‘Daharatu MISMAS Foundation’ has distributed Omega-3 Supplements worth thousands of naira to members of the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) Kaduna State Council to help boost their immune system.

The gesture aimed at improving and sharpens the minds of the practitioners while carrying out their tedious nature’s job.

Shortly before the distribution of the item in her office, Kaduna at the weekend to round up the Foundation 2018 program, the Founder, Hajiya Daharatu Aliyu Ahmed stressed that the women journalists have been working day and night to ensure they are productive in reporting events.

While speaking she said: “the women need to gain back what they have lost by taken Omega-3 after work so that their immune system will come back as they continue to disseminate information to the society effectively” she said.

She explained that the objective of the Foundation is to provides counseling service to the needy, promote peaceful co-existence, create awareness in health issues and render health care services.

Daharatu says: “the foundation was also founded to assist the poor, needy and less privileged members of the society, internally displaces persons, to give vocational training, support to prisoners, orphans and widows among others” Dahara noted.

According to her, in the year 2018, the Foundation has rendered many services in the areas of given support to the widows, orphans and the less privileged.

In her remarks, the founder of ‘Amana Hope and Care Initiative, Hajiya Farida Abubakar appealed to women especially Women Journalists to always support their follow women that brought functional and effective good program that would benefit the public and better rather than trying to pull down the person.

While lauding the Foundation, the Chairman of NAWOJ, Hajiya Fatima Aliyu said with such good initiative of Dalhara Foundation in supporting the needy including the distribution of Omega-3 to NAWOJ will help boost immunity of women journalists in the course of their duty and would be always remember by the Association.

She recalled the challenges faced by women journalists in the work-force with the men counterpart and the stress at their homes cannot over emphasis, hence the need with the Omega-3 supplement that would add value and help extend their lives.

In his speech, the Chairman, Nigeria Union of Journalists, (NUJ), Kaduna Council, Comrade Adamu Yusuf commended the initiative of the Foundation for giving back to the society, appealing that the gesture should be extended to men Journalists, especially veteran.

He urged that people should learn from what the foundation is doing.


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