THE Lagos State Authorities on Wednesday gave start-up kits to over 300 residents displaced by the pipeline fireplace at Abule Egba on January 19.
The packs, which included gasoline cookers, cooking utensils, tailoring, hair-dressing, beading, cleaning soap making and cloth making tools, had been handed over to the beneficiaries after their commencement from varied abilities acquisition coaching programmes organised by the state Emergency Administration Company (LASEMA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Ladies Affairs and Poverty Alleviation (WAPA).
The Nation reviews that tenting for Abule Egba fireplace victims was declared closed on June 30, six months and eight days for the reason that authorities took cost of their shelter, feeding, healthcare and schooling.
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Handing over their certificateto the trainees, Director-Common (DG) LASEMA Dr. Femi Oke-Osanyintolu stated they’d earlier acquired cheques to help them of their resettlement as promised by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
Oke-Osanyintolu stated 69 households and 25 people acquired N225,000 and N150,000 on the weekend.
The LASEMA boss stated, “LASEMA is the one company saddled with the accountability of catastrophe prevention, administration, response and rehabilitation. As we speak is one other section on the Abule Egba incident. When about 320 victims had been uncovered to a life-threatening scenario, the state authorities was in a position to cushion the impact. The federal government was in a position to enhance the psychology, social and financial lifetime of the folks.”