KWALE/Nigeria: The new State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) official for Ndokwa East and Ndokwa West Local Government Area, Mrs Rosemary Izeh has cautioned the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) residents to watch out for any suspicious person in the camp.
Mrs Izeh stated this at the IDP camp Kwale when occupants complained that most of their personal effects were missing, warning that anyone found wanting would be handed over to the police.
In her address to displaced persons cautioned that those in the habit of stealing should desist for if caught will be handed over to the police.
She said this as people complained that their property were missing last week at IDP camp Kwale Mrs Rosemary Izeh said that the number of men in the camp is 292, the number of women is 317 while that of children is 644 as at Thursday 11th October 2018.
She said that the camp is peaceful as there is the presence of police personnel, vigilante, civil defense, man o war red cross and boys scout.
She said that the honourable have been of great help by providing water petrol to power the generator.
She debunked a rumour that armed men invaded the camp and raped girls that it never occurred in the camp.
The senior nurse in the camp clinic Mrs Okechukwu said that they just received a consignment of drugs.
She however said that the clinic lacks dressing equipment skin ointments for rashes and eye drops.
The nurse lamented that they have been applying for these drugs since the inception of the camp.
She said there is progress as a woman in the camp was delivered of a baby boy.