Cholera Outbreak Kills 2 In Zamfara

A cholera out-break has claimed two lives while more than 130 others are hospitalised in Rini Village and Bakura town in the Bakura Local Government Area of Zamfara.

The vice chairman of the Local Government, Dandare Dakko, made the disclosure on Thursday while addressing the families of victims at a camp in Rini Village.

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Dakko said that the outbreak affected 102 people in Rini Village and 32 students of the Government Science Secondary School, Bakura.

He said that the sick were being treated at the Bakura General Hospital and that the local government had already released money to buy drugs for them.

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The vice chairman said that the council had provided camps for the victims at Rini and Bakura, urging the families of affected people to exercise patience as government was making efforts to assist them.

The News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, reports that doctors from Medicine San Frontier, Doctors Without Borders, were seen rendering assistance to the victims at Rini Village and Bakura town.



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