The Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has swiftly organised a delegation to provide assistance to the affected residents of the recent flooding in Buipe, the capital of Central Gonja District in the Savannah Region.
This assistance aims to provide immediate relief while temporary measures are put in place.
The donation is in response to the recent overflow of the Black Volta River in Buipe which has led to the displacement of thousands of residents and widespread property damage over the past 72 hours.
The relief items donated include 50 bags of rice, 20 cartons of cooking oil and 50 cartons of bottled water.
This compassionate effort was spearheaded by the Savannah Regional Minister, Saeed Muazu Jibreel, and led by the Regional Secretary, Gen. Mohammed Issah, the Regional Coordinator for Dr Bawumia, Dr Sulemana Adams Achanso, and the Regional Nasara Coordinator, Mr Mohammed Marhey Bamba.
The delegation also comprised some constituency executives of Yapei Kusawgu led by Chairman Musah, the District Chief Executive for Central Gonja, Sallia Kamara, the District NADMO Coordinator, and the Assembly Member for the Buipe Electoral Area among others.
The flood victims expressed their deep gratitude to Vice President Dr Bawumia for his thoughtful and timely assistance, offering heartfelt appreciation and prayers in return.
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