24.1 C
Abuja
Friday, June 21, 2024

Engr. Bababe: A portrait of a humanitarian activist

Must read

By Imam-Malik Abdullahi Kaga

The humanitarian spirit is one that is rare these days. In a world filled with chaos, where the survival instinct might lead one to be selfish, it is refreshing to see individuals who are genuinely concerned about the welfare of others. This is the case with the executive secretary of Borno State’s Geographical Information Board, Engr. Adam Bukar Bababe, who has demonstrated time and again through his philanthropic service and good leadership, that he is indeed a portrait of a humanitarian.

As a state, Borno has been faced with several challenges recently, including attacks by insurgents that have led to the displacement of thousands of people within the state. In the face of these challenges, Engr. Bababe has risen to the occasion to provide support and assistance to those in need.

One of the ways in which he has demonstrated his humanitarian spirit is through his philanthropic service. He has been at the forefront of providing relief to those affected by the insurgency in the state. He has coordinated the distribution of food, clothing, and other essential items to the displaced persons in various camps within the state. His efforts have brought hope to many who have lost everything due to the insurgency.

Another way in which the executive secretary has demonstrated his humanitarian spirit is through his leadership of the Geographical Information Board. Under his leadership, the board has implemented several initiatives aimed at improving the lives of the people in Borno state. One of such initiatives is the creation of a digital map of the state. This map has been instrumental in aiding the security agencies in their fight against the insurgents. It has also been useful in planning and executing developmental projects within the state.

The ES has also demonstrated good leadership skills in the way he has managed the affairs of the Geographical Information Board. He has been able to rally his team together to achieve set goals and objectives. He has shown a high level of integrity, transparency, and accountability in the discharge of his duties. His leadership style has earned him the respect and admiration of not just his team members, but also other stakeholders within the state.

It is also worthy to note that the executive secretary’s humanitarian spirit is not limited to his work at the Geographical Information Board. He has also been involved in several other philanthropic activities aimed at improving the lives of the people in Borno state. He has supported projects aimed at providing access to clean water, healthcare services, and education to those in need. His efforts have impacted positively on the lives of many in the state.

Finally, the executive secretary of Borno State’s Geographical Information Board is indeed a portrait of a humanitarian. His philanthropic service and good leadership have demonstrated that he is genuinely concerned about the well-being of others. His efforts have brought hope and relief to many who have been affected by the insurgency in the state. We hope others will emulate his kind gestures.

ImamMalik Abdullahi Kaga writes from Borno state University, and can be reached via

abdullahiimammalik@gmail.com

- Advertisement -spot_img

More articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest article