Physically Challenge Person plants trees in Yola to check climate change


By Nasir Muhammad

The Adamawa State Vice Chairman, Spinal Cord Injury Association, Dalhatu Mohammed has planted one hundred and thirty-six trees in Royal Academy Wuro Hausa Yola town and premises of Modibbo Adama University Yola.
Speaking on the essence of exercise, Mr Mohammed said it is part of determination to fight desertification and compliment government efforts in that regard.
The donor who is a graduate from Modibbo Adama University said the aim of planting the trees in school is to provide sheds and beautify the environment.
Mr Mohammed explained that climate change affects the entire world, Nigeria inclusive, hence the need for individuals to support the government in restoring the environment.
The vice chairman advised school authorities to cultivate the habit of tree planting, noted that the negative effects of climate change are adversely affecting people living with disability.
He called on government and civil society organizations to support him in the fight against climate change in the country.

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