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In a show of solidarity and commitment to strengthening the nation’s disaster management efforts, Dr. Usman Hayatu Mazadu, the Executive Secretary of the Kaduna State Emergency Management Agency (KADSEMA), paid a courtesy visit to Mrs. Zubaida Umar, the newly appointed Director-General of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA).

The visit served as a platform to felicitate Mrs. Umar on her new role and underscore the importance of fostering robust partnerships between NEMA and KADSEMA in tackling the myriad challenges posed by natural and human-induced disasters.

During the meeting, Dr. Mazadu extended his heartfelt congratulations to the newly appointed NEMA Director-General, expressing confidence in her leadership abilities to steer the agency towards greater heights. He emphasized the criticality of her role in coordinating and streamlining disaster response efforts across the country.

Furthermore, Dr. Mazadu stressed the need for continued collaboration and synergy between NEMA and KADSEMA, recognizing that disaster management is a collective responsibility that transcends organizational boundaries. He urged Mrs. Umar to build upon the existing partnership, harnessing the strengths and resources of both agencies to enhance preparedness, response, and recovery efforts.

Acknowledging the multifaceted nature of disasters, Dr. Mazadu underscored the importance of a coordinated and proactive approach that prioritizes the well-being of affected communities. He expressed KADSEMA’s unwavering commitment to working hand in hand with NEMA, leveraging their respective expertise and resources to mitigate the impact of disasters and safeguard lives and livelihoods.

In her response, Mrs. Zubaida Umar expressed her profound gratitude for the well-wishes and pledged to foster collaborative efforts with KADSEMA and other stakeholders. She recognized the invaluable contribution of state-level agencies like KADSEMA in bolstering disaster management capacities at the grassroots level.

The meeting underscored the shared vision of NEMA and KADSEMA to forge resilient partnerships, strengthen communication channels, and optimize resource allocation for effective disaster preparedness and response. As the world grapples with the increasing frequency and severity of disasters, this collaborative approach is essential in safeguarding the safety and well-being of communities across the nation

Abdulkadir Kezo Ibrahim IkonAllah

Assistant chief Information Officer New Media

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