The Isoko Association of North America through its President Chief Obaro Odu, has donated relief materials worth over a million naira to alleviate the plight of internally displace persons (IDP) at Emede and Ozoro camps in Isoko South and North local government area of Delta State respectively.

The items delivered at the camps were two cows, eight bags of rice, six bags of beans, four tins of palm oil, four bags of garri, two hundred parks of sachet water and toiletries. Also the Isoko development union women wing led by its president chief Mrs. Felicia Suleman donated relief materials to the flood victims.

They were two bags of rice, two bags of garri, two bags of salt, eighteen cartons of indomine and two and half bags of clothing materials of deferent types. Chief Mrs. Suleman said, more materials will be sent to the flood victims even as their situation demands immediate assistant.

While receiving the relief materials at Emede and Ozoro camps, the camp commandants Mrs. Efe Oghenekome and Mr. Osakpondu Chwukudi commended the donors, saying the camps at Emede has 1,125 persons while that of Ozoro has 1, 150 displaced persons. Two pregnant women have successfully delivered at the camps and in good condition, they said.

The representatives from the National Emergency Relief Agency commended the state government and other individuals for various relief materials received so far, noting that the people are happy, healthy and the security is well managed.

The president general of Isoko Development Union, Chief Iduh Amadhe who accompanied the representative of Isoko Association in North America and the women wing of Isoko development union during the presentation of the relief materials, commended the donors, assuring the internally displace persons of more support even as the flood volume is still high.

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