By Our Reporter
Delta State: Flood victims in Ndokwa East, who were quartered at Ashaka, has started going back to their places.
According information the movement back home started on Sunday, November first when the first batch of the flood victims in went back to their communities after spending one month in the Ashaka camp.
The camp which was opened and operated by the Ndokwa East Council under the leadership of Hon Mrs Nkechi Chukura the Executive Chairman of Ndokwa East L.G.A., was to ensure that the people from the flood affected communities were brought in and supervised by the government.
To begin the return of the flood victims, a Church service which was attended by the Chairman of Ndokwa East LGA was organised.
To ensure that the victims are will lack nothing to eat when they go back, the LGA Chairman gave each family in the Ashaka camp 25 kg of rice, half carton of Tin tomatoes, 10 sachets of salt, a basket of Onion and a mattress, after which she escorted them up to Ochuche-Umuodu in Anambra state, where the flood victims had to enter boats that will take them to their various communities.
Earlier, during the Church service, she encouraged the flood victims to continue to believe in God as they go back to their various communities saying, “Men will fail you but God will not fail you”
Continuing, she admonished them to continue to live as one united body as they lived in the camp which is to live in peace and unity among themselves.
The flood victims who were full of praise for the Executive Chairman of Ndokwa East, prayed for her before the close of the Church service in the camp.