By Shina Badmus & Loveth Ojogun

Senator James Manager, representing Delta South in the red chambers of the National Assembly, has splashed millions of naira as donations on victims of flood disaster in his constituency who are now accommodated in different internally displaced persons(IDPs) camp scattered all over the state.

The lawmaker, who was represented by Hon. Jackson Okotozor, was on a two day visit which took him to six IDPs camps were he not only showered a cash donation of N1million on each camp but encouraged the victims not to be dispirited by the sad occurrence.

IDP camps visited by Manager were located at Kpakiama Secondary School, Kpakiama in Bomadi; Patani-Uzere road, Patani; Emede Secondary School, Emede in Isoko South; Alaka Secondary School, Ozoro in Isoko North; Warri North and Burutu Local Government Council Areas.

Speaking to GbaramatuVoice, the victims expressed appreciation and gratitude to the senator who they said has always identified with them both in their happy moments and trying times.

Responding to the cash donation, Hon. Awusa Gbekebor, the Flood Committee Chairman in Bomadi, said, “He is the man of the people because if you don’t have the people at heart, you would not send a delegation to check on them.

“And as you know this flood coincided with his primary election but for someone to still send delegations to bring some relieve materials to us, the people and entire local government say, thank you.”

On his part, Engr. V.A.German, Secretary of Warri North Local Government Area and also the Chairman of Flood Remediation Committee, said that Senator James Manager is a man of integrity

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