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Group distributes food items to flood victims in Yenagoa

Yenagoa—A group, the Concerned Niger Delta Unemployed Youth Movement, has distributed food items to some victims of the 2022 flood that ravaged Bayelsa State and other states in the country.

The food items were distributed to victims who are residents of Lala street, Tombia road, Yenagoa on Tuesday.


Prince Furombo George Bokolo who led the team on behalf of its President, Capt. Forteta Sam Ebipadey in a chat with our reporter stated that “the organisation decided to show concern to the flood victims who have not been able to pick up after the devastation.”

Items distributed include bags of potatoes and onions, baskets of tomatoes, bags of salt and cartons of seasoning cubes.
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Appreciating the group for the donation, a resident of the street, Pastor Woyengitari Imbazi while stating that no individual, group, or government has shown such kind gesture to residents of the street, thanked them for the food items.

Another resident, Mr. Dennis Eradiri who bemoaned the hardship occasioned by the flood, commended the group for their timely intervention.

The Concerned Niger Delta Unemployed Youth Movement is a youth-based group with a vision to reach out to the grassroots in the Niger Delta.

It was gathered that the group aims to create an employment bureau for youths in the Niger Delta and also serve as a tool to bringing infrastructural development, sustainability and sensitisation to the host communities in the region.

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