Over 2000 Persons Now Have Access To Water, Health Facilities In Ebokehi.

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No fewer than two thousand persons now have access to water and health facilities in Ebokehi community in Okehi local government Area.

According to Dickson Daniel Itodo,
Public Relations Officer of the Agency, this was disclosed by the representative of the Ebokehi community development Association, Mallam Ibrahim Saidu when they paid a courtesy and appreciation visit to the Kogi State Community and Social Development Agency, (KSCSDA),

Mallam Saidu said the Agency’s intervention had brought succour to the community who now have access to water and health facilities.

He maintained that “about two thousand people from Ebokehi now have access to portable and clean water, in addition to primary health care services through the community clinic supported by the agency. We even expect an increase in the number of people that will be using the water”.

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The community representative said his delegation was in the agency to register their appreciation for the support in the provision of water and health facilities.

The chairman of the community project management committee (CPMC}, Mallam Otaru Yahaya while commending the agency, said the supported projects were very impactful.

That the clinic had its first baby delivered two weeks ago and many more were being expected.

“The agency’s intervention is the best thing that has happened to our community in recent time’’

The CPMC chairman requested the agency to support the provision of electricity and construction of the road to the health facility.

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The General Manager, Kogi State Community and Social Development Agency, Chief Dauda Momoh, who received the community delegation, commended them for their thoughtfulness and urged them to properly maintained the projects for sustainability.

The General Manger said the projects were made possible through the support and funding of the Kogi State government.

Chief Momoh told the community to continue to support the government of His Excellency, Alhaji Yahaya Bello.

On the community’s request for more assistance, the general manger said he would look at it and see what could be done.

 




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