12 December 2012

Nigeria: Kogi Records N1 Billion Donation Over Flood Disaster

The Kogi State Deputy Governor, ARCH. Yomi Awoniyi, and chairman State Emergency Management Agency, (SEMA), Wednesday stated that the state government has netted over one billion naira in cash donation as well as hundreds of tons of grains for distribution to the affected victims in the recent flood in the state.

The deputy governor who stated this in his office Wednesday, noted that the state has kept to its promise by adequately taking care of the flood victims in all its camps while they lasted.

Awoniyi, who was refuting claims of neglecting of the victims of the flooding disasters, said the state had stood by the victims by promptly responding to their needs, saying that the state at the moment has only one relief camp.

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