WIFE of the Plateau State governor, Regina Lalong, under her pet project: Support Women Initiatives to Transform Children’s Foundation, SWITCH, in Partnership with Tina Bawa foundation on Tuesday offered free medical outreach to over 5,000 Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, in the state in celebration of her birthday. Our correspondent gathered that some of the IDPs were those who fled from the North East as a result of insecurity and those displaced as a result of the crisis in Plateau. Also food items which include, Bags of rice , cartoons of indomie , cartoons of beverage, blankets were donated to the IDP, Speaking at the occasion which took place at the Stephanious Foundation in Bukuru, Jos South LGA, Mrs Lalong said she is moved by the plight of the IDP,s in the state. She said she would continue to Carter and provide for the less privileged in the society. “The Federal and state government is doing everything possible to ensure that IDPs return to their homes” “We shall continue to promote peacefully coexistence among citizens of the state “she said. Speaking earlier, Tina Bawa, the founder of Tina Bawa Foundation thanked the first lady for partnering with Tina Bawa Foundation to impact on the lives of IDPs in the state. “Our ministry would continue to support Women and the less privileged in the society” Our Governor’s wife came to spend her birthday with the IDP’s because they are special to her. As a mother, she is determined to better the lives of citizens, especially the less privileged in the society. Our correspondent reports that the highlight of the event was dancing and cutting of cake with the IDPs.