Saturday, 20 October 2012

Set of triplets delivered in Anambra flood camp

              Gov. Peter Obi with triplets and the mother  

Another set of triplets was delivered on Friday at the Fr. Joseph High School Relief Camp for flood victims in Anambra State.
Mrs. Josephine Ejimofor, who was delivered of the babies, is a native of Enugu-Otu Aguleri, in the Anambra East Local Government Area of the state.

The first set of triplets was born in the same camp about two weeks ago.
Governor Peter Obi celebrated with the Ejimofors on the safe delivery of the new triplets when he visited them in the camp.

“If you are looking for a child, maybe you will have to come to the camp,” the governor had joked during the visit.
Reiterating his commitment to the welfare of the people displaced by the floods that ravaged parts of Anambra recently, Obi promised to help rebuild their homes when the flood recedes.

The governor thanked President Goodluck Jonathan and the Millenium Development Goals Office in Abuja for their intervention and commitment to ameliorating the suffering of the displaced persons.

He said that necessary commitments and other measures were in place to sustain prudent and transparent distribution of the relief materials, while soliciting for more interventions.

Source: Punch

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