Calamitous Rainstorm: Akeredolu visits Ikare, assures Olukare, Owa-Ale, victims of help

…….ODSG MOURNS DEATHS FROM RAINSTORMS, over 300 Houses destroyed.

….Promises Assistance to victims.

Ondo State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN, represented by his Deputy, Hon Lucky Aiyedatiwa on Monday made a quick response through visit for on the spot assessment of the properties and the victims affected by the heavy rainstorms that wrecked havock in Ikare Akoko, Akoko North East Local Government on Sunday.

Addressing reporters in Ikare Akoko after the inspection, the Deputy Governor said, there would be an effective reliefs collaborations between the Agencies in charge of disaster of these magnitudes for the affected victims.

His words, “the State Emergency Management Agency ( SEMA ) in collaboration with National Emergency Management Agency ( NEMA ) will do an enumeration and see what can be done within the available resources at our disposal”.

Aiyedatiwa with Olukare

Aiyedatiwa with Owa-Ale

Aiyedatiwa inspecting destroyed houses

“Already, SEMA is on ground, taking stocks of the affected people and properties”, he said.

While commiserating with the families of those that lost their lives in the disaster, Aiyedatiwa said, “this is a sad moment of which as a responsible Government, we needed to come to express our feelings over your loss and pains”.

“What has happened is not a man made error or mistakes, it a natural disasters… please accept our heartfelt condolences”.

“The Government as represented by me, the Government of Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN, symphatise with the people of Ikare Akoko, especially those that has been affected by the rainstorms” .

Speaking further, Aiyedatiwa said, “we have seen some of them (affected properties ), we learnt that almost 300 houses were affected” .

At the Palaces of the two Tradional Rulers in the community, the Deputy Governor declared that, “we cannot but symphatise with Kabiyesi, Olukare of Ikare Akoko and Kabiyesi, Owa Ale of Ikare and the entire indigenes and residents of Ikare Akoko on the magnitude of this natural disaster”.

Responding on behalf of the community, the two Tradional Rulers in the town, Olukare of Ikare Akoko, Oba ( Alhaji ) A.S Momoh and Owa Ale of Ikare, Oba Adeleke Adedoyin Adegbite appreciated government’s prompt visit as they appealed for assistance and supports.

In attendance are, SSA to Governor on Youths and Students Affairs, Hon Muyiwa Ogunyemi, Chairman, Akoko North East Local Government, Hon Asimiyu Omojola, Permanent Secretary, Office of the Deputy Governor, Mr Akingbasote Oluwagbenga, S/A to Governor on New Media, Ladi Okunniga, DFA, Office of the Deputy Governor, Mr Olufemi Obideyi and others.

Kenneth Odusola-Stevenson,
Press Secretary to the Governor
( Deputy Governor Office ).

Photo Credit ; Abayomi Adefolalu.

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…….ODSG MOURNS DEATHS FROM RAINSTORMS, over 300 Houses destroyed.

….Promises Assistance to victims.

Ondo State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN, represented by his Deputy, Hon Lucky Aiyedatiwa on Monday made a quick response through visit for on the spot assessment of the properties and the victims affected by the heavy rainstorms that wrecked havock in Ikare Akoko, Akoko North East Local Government on Sunday.

Addressing reporters in Ikare Akoko after the inspection, the Deputy Governor said, there would be an effective reliefs collaborations between the Agencies in charge of disaster of these magnitudes for the affected victims.

His words, “the State Emergency Management Agency ( SEMA ) in collaboration with National Emergency Management Agency ( NEMA ) will do an enumeration and see what can be done within the available resources at our disposal”.

Aiyedatiwa with Olukare

Aiyedatiwa with Owa-Ale

Aiyedatiwa inspecting destroyed houses

“Already, SEMA is on ground, taking stocks of the affected people and properties”, he said.

While commiserating with the families of those that lost their lives in the disaster, Aiyedatiwa said, “this is a sad moment of which as a responsible Government, we needed to come to express our feelings over your loss and pains”.

“What has happened is not a man made error or mistakes, it a natural disasters… please accept our heartfelt condolences”.

“The Government as represented by me, the Government of Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN, symphatise with the people of Ikare Akoko, especially those that has been affected by the rainstorms” .

Speaking further, Aiyedatiwa said, “we have seen some of them (affected properties ), we learnt that almost 300 houses were affected” .

At the Palaces of the two Tradional Rulers in the community, the Deputy Governor declared that, “we cannot but symphatise with Kabiyesi, Olukare of Ikare Akoko and Kabiyesi, Owa Ale of Ikare and the entire indigenes and residents of Ikare Akoko on the magnitude of this natural disaster”.

Responding on behalf of the community, the two Tradional Rulers in the town, Olukare of Ikare Akoko, Oba ( Alhaji ) A.S Momoh and Owa Ale of Ikare, Oba Adeleke Adedoyin Adegbite appreciated government’s prompt visit as they appealed for assistance and supports.

In attendance are, SSA to Governor on Youths and Students Affairs, Hon Muyiwa Ogunyemi, Chairman, Akoko North East Local Government, Hon Asimiyu Omojola, Permanent Secretary, Office of the Deputy Governor, Mr Akingbasote Oluwagbenga, S/A to Governor on New Media, Ladi Okunniga, DFA, Office of the Deputy Governor, Mr Olufemi Obideyi and others.

Kenneth Odusola-Stevenson,
Press Secretary to the Governor
( Deputy Governor Office ).

Photo Credit ; Abayomi Adefolalu.

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