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Navy Officers’ Wives Donate Food Items, Give Free Medical Treatment To IDP Camp in Edo State By John Onos

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As part of their humanitarian services to their host communities, wives of the Nigerian Navy Officers Wives Association “NOWA”, Delta Zone have donated basic food items, as well as dispense medical services to all the internally displaced persons (IDPs) at Uhogua Community in Ovia North East Local Government Area of Edo State.

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The wife of the out-gone flag officer of the logistics command, Oghara, Mrs. Obinna Ibe-Enwo, NOWA Coordinator Delta Zone, who led wives of the officers from the Naval Logistics Command Oghara, Nigeria Navy Ship (NNS Delta), Naval Engineering College, Sapele including the Naval Central Hospital, Effurun-Warri on behalf of the NOWA national president, Mrs. Theresa Ibas, commended the persons at the camp, including their coordinators for the peaceful atmosphere and their good conduct.

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She commended the federal government for doing all it takes to put an end to insurgency in the country, as well as take good care of all the internally displaced persons in the country, assuring that NOWA will from time to time put smiles on their faces.

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Mrs. Ibe-Enwo told the people at the camp that the National president, including all other Naval Officers wives are praying for them, assuring them “that the situation will soon change for the better and that they should have faith in God almighty who alone has kept them safe even at the moment.”

She advised them to always be of good behavior at all time, reminding them that the Navy and Nigerians in particular love them, just as she prayed to God to protect and keep them safe at all time.

The coordinator of the camp, Pastor Solomon A. Folorunsho, minister-in-charge, International Christian Centre for Missions, commended the Nigerian Naval Officers Wives Delta Zone for the gesture, praying that God will continue to keep them safe for more good works for humanity.

Pastor Folorunsho added: “I am happy over this visit, and it is encouraging; it is good that you identify with the (IDPs), we appreciate the Navy for the visit and the blessings they brought to the people here.”
Some of the internally displaced persons, Master Emmanuel Felemo, Umaru Ahmed and Haruna Aguba, all from Borno State who spoke to Journalists during the visit, appreciated and prayed for the Navy Officers’ wives for the food items, including the medical treatment given to each of them.

They appealed to the federal government and other spirited individuals to always remember that people like them are at the moment in such a place.


Some principal officers from all the naval formations in Delta State, medical personnel including their information officers led by Lt. H.G Ahmed and the wife of the Commander Commodor Ibrahim Dewu (NNS Delta) were also present during the visit to the camp.

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