Ale Fire: Warri South Council gives two victims house rent, engages them

· Assures burnt Octogenarian of charting a way forward


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Ale Fire: Warri South Council gives two victims house rent, engages them
Dr. (Mrs.) Minnie Igbrude, Mrs. Ese Gloria & Mrs. Mirabel Goodluck, alongside their newborn babies & other victims of the inferno at the scene

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Warri South Local Government Council in Delta State, has given five months house rent to two breastfeeding mothers; Mrs. Ese Gloria and Mrs. Mirabel Goodluck, who are among members of the nine families affected by the devastating fire that occurred at Ale, off Market Road in Warri, Saturday February 13.

The Director of Personnel Management, DPM of Warri South Local Government Council, Dr. (Mrs.) Minnie Igbrude, who announced the financial assistance Thursday February 18, when she visited the scene of the fire and Word of Life Bible Church Clinic in Warri, in-company of the Council’s Assistant Director of Administration, Mr. Geoffrey Anamali, stated that the two women would be engaged as casual workers, for sweeping of the council secretariat.

Dr. Igbrude, also gave one Madam Eyewu Tuedeneye, five thousand naira for the repair of her tap heads, damaged when sympathizers tried in vain to put out the inferno, which completely razed down a church building and nine residential houses.

 

Dr. (Mrs.) Minnie Igbrude (right) announcing the five thousand naira support to Madam Eyewu Tuedeneye, while Mr. Geoffrey Anamali observes

 

The Warri South Local Government Council Boss and Wife of former Speaker of Delta State House of Assembly, presented an undisclosed sum to Mama Esther Okelezo, the Octogenarian who suffered first degree burns as a result of the fire outbreak.

 

Dr. Igbrude, encouraging Madam Esther Okelezo, after presenting an undisclosed sum to her  

 

Dr. Igbrude, assured Mama Okelezo that once she is discharged from the clinic, the council will chart a way forward for her, even as she prayed with the octogenarian, who sold drinks before the unfortunate incident.

The Warri South Council DPM, also paid an unscheduled working visit to Pessu Health Centre, where she inspected facilities and stressed the need for COVID-19 protocols to be adhered to at all times.

Dr. (Mrs.) Igbrude, inspecting facilities at Pessu Health Centre, during the unscheduled visit



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