Ondo kingdom authorities has pledged its dedication to offer immediate comfort to sufferers of the latest rainstorm in Akoko communities.
The Deputy Governor, Agboola Ajayi visited the affected place and sympathised with the affected human beings in Supare and Ikare-Akoko,headquarters of Akoko Northeast nearby government.
The rainstorm wreaked havoc on nearly 500 buildings in Supare and Ikare Akoko groups.
Ajayi who stated he obtained the information of the destruction with sadness, described it as a clear case of a herbal disaster.
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He brought that the nation officials of the countrywide Emergency control business enterprise (NEMA) were already within the affected groups to check the damage due to the rainstorm so that you can ameliorate the plights of the sufferers.
He assured that the state authorities will offer immediate response so as to cushion the results of the incident.
Stressing the want for the citizens of the state to be vigilant and conscious of the fact that the rainy season has simply began, Ajayi recommended that attention must be geared in the direction of ok safety of lives and belongings.
The deputy governor however, urged the citizenry to desist from dumping refuse and different irrelevant items that might hinder clean float of abrasion.