The wife of Delta state governor, Dame Edith Okowa, on Monday visited the internally displaced persons that camped in Asaba with various food items ranging from bags of rice, bags of garri, tubers of yam and baby packs with different items to the new born baby delivered in the camp.
Dame 0kowa who visited the camp at Onneh primary school and camp at 0gbe Afor primary school by institute of continuing education Asaba in company of commissioner for special duties, Barrister Ernest Ogweze, commissioner for health Dr. Ononye Mordi, former PDP chairman, Chief Edwin Uzor, director general of 05 initiative, Mrs. 0ghenekevwe Agas, wife of Oshimili south local government, Mrs. 0sadebe among others, thanked God for the lives of the people who were brought from different parts of 0shimili south and its environs.
At the first camp visited, 0nneh primary school where people were still arriving from 0ko_Anala, Amakom, 0gbele, 0biokpu, Power line phase one and two, 0gbe_0fu phase one and two, the governor’s wife received them with praises and worship saying that they should not forget to thank God for everything they found themselves in life.
Dame 0kowa who went round to inspect the cooking apartment and their rooms commended the unity of the people and enjoined them to continue to maintain peace and order and channel any of their complaints to the camp commandant.
At the 0gbe Afor camp clinic, the governor’s wife who donated baby bed and baby items to a woman that just delivered, also advised the younger boys and girls to avail themselves with the free skill acquisition in the camp to learn different things.
Speaking, Barr Ernest 0gweze, commissioner for special duties thanked the governor’s wife for her motherly show of love and prayed that other philanthropists should emulate her in affecting lives. He used the occasion to announce the resumption of primary teaching today while that of the secondary school will commence next week.