Nigeria government donates $500,000 to assist Mozambique following Cyclone hit


The federal government of Nigeria donated $500,000 to Mozambique to assist in the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the country, after Cyclone Idai hit the country claiming lots of lives.

The donation was confirmed by minister of foreign affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, when he handed over relief items to Antonio Tchamo, permanent secretary, ministry of public administration and civil servants of Mozambique, in Maputo.


The minister disclosed that aside the $500,000, the government of Nigeria also asked him to also deliver more than 8,000 medical items and 35 tonnes of other relief materials.

He said the measure was a show of brotherhood and solidarity to the people of Mozambique during their trying time.


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