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Amnesty Programme Donates Relief Materials To Rivers

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The Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) yesterday donated aid supplies to the Rivers State authorities to help residents of the state affected by flood.

The gadgets embody 300 cartons of Indomie noodles, 40 items of fifty kilogramnes luggage of rice and 30 luggage of 100 kilogramnes of garri.

Presenting the gadgets in Port Harcourt, PAP coordinator, Major General Barry Ndiomu, who was represented by his particular assistant on particular duties,  Fraston Akpor, stated the company was planning a post-flood initiative for the affected communities.

He stated: “The PAP interim administrator, who’s a son of the Niger Delta, feels the plight of the folks and the communities which might be impacted within the Niger Delta. Being a son of the soil, he felt he ought to do one thing.

“Here we’re to supply some aid supplies as palliatives to present rapid remedial consideration to the folks impacted. These are meals we contemplate on the spot that individuals can use inside this making an attempt interval.

“After this, we’re additionally post-flood period. During post-flood period, we shall be having a number of challenges. When the water has receded, there shall be problems with cholera and different water-borne illnesses, together with malaria.

“So, what the interim administrator has planned for the people is to do a second phase. The second phase is going to be expansive.”

Receiving the supplies, chairman of Rivers State Taskforce on Flood Management, Dr. George Nweke, thanked the PAP interim administrator for his effort.

Nweke, who was represented by the director of administration, Rivers State Ministry of Special Duties, Mrs. Fortune Akpila, stated the state authorities would proceed to understand contributions for presidency and personal organisations in the direction of aiding flood victims within the state.

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