Climate Change: Kwache Foundation Plants 10,000 Trees In Adamawa

Kwache Foundation, a non-governmental Organization, has planted 10,000 thousand seedlings in Michika local government of Adamawa State to mitigate the scourge of the effect of global warming in the area.

Barr Iliya Kwache, President and Founder of the foundation said current realities of climate change seen everywhere in Adamawa State beckons for a concerted effort to help people and communities adjust to life under the realities of global warming, hence his resolve to plant trees.

“It is worrisome that up to the time of the year July farming activities is not yet started due to global warming

“When we are young by now we have started eating from the farm produce But unfortunately farming is yet to commence,” he said.

An expert on Climate Change, Professor Kalep Fili of Moddibo Adamawa University Yola said it is high time that people from the northeast put all hands on deck to bring a lasting solution to this global warming through tree planting.

Read: Desertification: OXFAM Targets 32,000 People For Seedling Production in Bauchi

He said, ” it is time for people around Yobe, Borno, Adamawa and Jigawa to key into Tree planting in order to control desertification in the region “

- Advertisements -
NNPC Mega Filling Station

Some of the beneficiaries who spoke to WikkiTimes expressed appreciation for the gesture of the Kwashe Foundation, saying that it will go a long way in helping them handle their environmental problems technically with greater dexterity.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Latest stories

Most Read

Join WikkiTimes Newsletter