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NDDC donates relief materials to flood affected communities in C’River

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No fewer than seventy communities in fourteen Local Government Areas in Cross River affected by the 2022 Flash floods have benefitted from the relief materials support from the NDDC.

The Commission while presenting the materials to the affected communities in Calabar said the support was given to relieved affected persons, warning that the commission will monitor the distributions to avoid diversion.

The acting Managing Director, represented by director of your mobilization, Offiong Ephraim said the c mission would continue to make a difference in the lives of the people in the region.

Some of the beneficiaries of the nonfoods commended NDDC for providing succor in times of need for the affected communities, assuring that it will be properly used.

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Obubra, Biase, Odukpani, Etung, and Abi Local Government Areas of Cross River State were some of the worst hit GAs by the Flash floods, that destroyed priority, including farmlands in the  areas.

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