NADMO presents relief items to Ghanaians at the Port de Perch
NADMO presents some relief items to some Ghanaians at the Port de Perch
The National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) has presented some relief items to some Ghanaians at the Port de Perch ( Fishing Habour) in Katanga, Lome in the Golfe Region of Togo.
The fire outbreak, which happened at the dawn of January 3, 2020, destroyed the entire property of over 2500 Ghanaians and other nationals living in Katanga.
Situation assessment, which was carried out by the civil defence in Togo working in close collaboration with NADMO in Ghana and the Ghana mission in Togo, revealed properties such as fishing nets, outboard motors, fridges for the fishmongers, sewing machines, home appliances and personal belongings of these Nationals were completely destroyed.
A delegation led by the Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister, Mohammed Habib Tajani, and accompanied by the Deputy Minister of Interior, Henry Quartey, the Director General of NADMO, Eric Agyemang-Prempeh, Deputy Director General of NADMO, Seji Saji and a team of NADMO officials joined the Ghana Mission in Togo Amb. Kofi Mensah Demetia to present food and non food items to the victims and assured them of Government commitments to citizens both home and abroad.
Nana Gyedu Chief of the Ghanaian Community in Lome, and Mr. Mawuko Avino Blabo the Katanga community President who recieved the present on behalf of the victims thanked the President Akufo-Addo for coming to their aid and also for the many achievements by his government for the good people of Ghana both in Ghana and abroad.
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