Flood: Korean Agency Donates Rice Millers To Kogi,Bayelsa, Benue

Twenty rice millers have been
donated to victims of last
year’s flood which claimed lives
in the country and rendered
thousands homeless by the
South Korean
government.According to the
Korea International
Cooperation Agency (KOICA),
the donation was a
humanitarian gesture aimed at
assisting local communities
affected by the floods in the
country.
States that benefitted from the gesture are Benue 10, Kogi
5, and Bayelsa 5. The millers which cost about N30m, was
handed over to the Director General of National Emergency
Management Agency (NEMA), Muhammed Sani Sidi, for
onward distribution to the beneficiary state.
Presenting the donation, Ambassador of the Republic of
Korea, H.E. Jong-hyun Choi, said the donation was part of
efforts to cement ties with Nigeria

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