The Nigerian Mortgage Refinance Company (NMRC) in fulfilling its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) paid a visit to the Nelson Mandela Internally Displaced Persons Camp (NNIDP) in Games Village Kaura District Abuja, to commission a borehole donated by the NMRC to ease the pains and sufferings of the IDPs caused by shortage of safe water, poor hygiene and sanitation in the camp.
The Managing Director of the Company, Charles Inyagete in his remarks said ‘he hopes that the borehole will help mitigate the water situation in the camp, promising to look into the needs of the school in the camp by providing books and make available medical facilities for the camp clinic, he wished the internally displaced persons a speedy return to their homes. food items and soft drinks was also given by the company to the IDPs to support in the area of feeding.
The Managing Director promised to come back to the camp on a later date to look into other critical areas of need for the IDPs. He said this after an assessment tour of the camp by some officials.
The coordinator of the skills acquisition center of the camp, Lynette Johnson, thanked the NMRC team for their aids to the IDP camp, saying it is timely as water remain a major challenge in the camp. She also assured that the borehole will be properly utilised.
Some of the internally displaced persons expressed gratitude to the team for what they have done and prayed that God will continue to uplift them.
The internally displaced persons were highly jubilant and full of praises for the support given to them by NMRC team.