For the umpteenth time, the Israeli embassy in Nigeria and the ChabadAid, Wednesday donated yet another set of food items to support the Fulani community in the Federal Capital Territory to mark the 2021 Ramadan fast.
The food items donated to the Fulani community were rice, beans, groundnut-oil, pasta and maize to feed at least an average family for 2 weeks.
The Rabbi of the Jewish Community in Nigeria, Israel Uzan, who handed the food items to the people said the focus on Fulani community is to reach every Muslim community across Nigeria.
According to Uzan, the Jewish community also faced similar challenges globally, stating that the donation will go a long way in promoting peaceful co-existence between Jewish and Muslim community in Nigeria, as example to the entire world.
Receiving the items on behalf of the Fulani community, Mr Bature Adamu, thanked the Israel embassy in Nigeria and ChabadAid for donating the food items.
While fielding questions from newsmen, Bature Adamu revealed that the community has been in existing for the past 45 years, saying most residents living there were born in the settlement.
The donation was made possible by the ChabaAid, King of Kings, Foundation For Ethnic Understanding, Alliance of Rabbis in Muslim States, RCC, BEX, MAG Technologies and Heritage Bank.