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Deliveries of Palliative Care and N2 million Made by NBM of Africa Reach Ewu-Okuama Internally Displaced Persons Camp in Delt

On Friday, members of the Ewu-Okuama Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Ughelli South LGA, Delta State, were helped by the Neo Black Movement of Africa (NBA) Worldwide, who provided food goods valued in the millions of naira. The IDPs were displaced due to the Okuama conflict.

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In addition, the Pan-African organization gave N2 million to the Okuama village so that they can help rebuild after the Nigerian Army attacked and killed 17 troops on March 14, 2024.

At the head of the trip, NBA Worldwide National President Olorogun Ese Kakor, praised the infrastructure at the Ewu-Okuama IDP camp in the Ughelli South local government area of Delta State, which is under the leadership of Governor Sheriff Oborevwori.

From what he observed at the Ewu-Okuama IDP Camp, he concluded that the Delta State government cannot handle the humanitarian catastrophe on its own and urged other concerned citizens and groups to follow NBM Africa’s example and help the Okuama displaced people.

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Before handing over the food supplies and a cheque for N2 million to Mr. Abraham Ogbodo, chairman of the Ewu-Okuama IDP Management Committee, Olorogun Kakor asked the camp administrators and members of NBM of Africa to sing “Nigeria We Hail Thee,” the new national song.

While delivering the food supplies and N2 million check, the president of NBM of Africa expressed gratitude to the governor of Delta State, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, for establishing the Ewu-Urhobo Internally Displaced Persons Camp, describing the facilities as “commendable” for a camp.

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