Our Reporter, Delta state
More succors have continued to pour in for the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) in Isoko South and North as well as Ndokwa East and West local government areas of Delta state following the ravaging flood that has rendered them homeless in the past weeks.
Presenting the relief materials separately yesterday to the victims at AGGS Ozoro, headquarters of Isoko North and St. Michaels’college and Odoro primary school, Oleh, headquarters of Isoko South, the member representing Isoko Federal constituency in the national Assembly, Hon. Leo Ogor Okuweh and founder of Umeh Need Road facebook forum (UNR), Barrister Duncan Akpovienehe Afahokor sympathized with all the victims of the flood.
According to the duo, they should all have their trust in God and not to lose hope lamenting that the situation was a pathetic one and all hands should be on desk so as to assist the people in every little way they can.
While stressing the need for everyone to think on what could be done after the flooding crisis to rehabilitate the victims, the administrator of (UNR), Afahokor called on all and sundry to as a matter of importance come out enmass to give a helping hand to the victims.
Afahokor however expressed worries over the way the flooding has continued to increase daily as well as rendering people homeless and loss of valuables.
The presentation which attracted members of the facebook forum and lasted few minutes saw the affected victims jubilating and thanking the donors and called on other spirited individuals to come to their aid.
Items presented by the lawmaker and the group include, materials, yams, bags of rice and beans, mattresses, foams, toiletries, provisions among others. The ravaging flood has sacked over fifty communities of Isoko origin.
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