• Humanitarian Minister Visits Bayelsa Over Flooding

    Humanitarian Minister Visits Bayelsa Over Flooding0

    Humanitarian Minister Visits Bayelsa Over Flooding Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar-Farouq, on Tuesday, visited Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital, to empathise with victims of the recent flood disaster in the State, describing the incident as an unfortunate one given the monumental loss of lives and properties. Sadiya Umar-Farouq, who

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  • Gov Uzodinma Donates Bags of Rice, Noodles, Others to Flood Victims in Imo

    Gov Uzodinma Donates Bags of Rice, Noodles, Others to Flood Victims in Imo0

    Gov Uzodinma Donates Bags of Rice, Noodles, Others to Flood Victims in Imo Imo state Governor, Hope Uzodimma has donated 400 bags of 50kg rice, noodles, beddings, water packs and jerry cans to persons displaced by flooding in the state. The governor made the donations when he visited the affected communities in Ohaji-Egbema and Oguta

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  • Buhari Sympathises with Pakistan Over Sea-like Flooding

    Buhari Sympathises with Pakistan Over Sea-like Flooding0

    Buhari Sympathises with Pakistan Over Sea-like Flooding President Muhammadu Buhari, in a statement by his spokesperson has extended sympathies for the sea-like flooding of Pakistan, the worst natural disaster in the country’s history. Floods have damaged half-a-million homes, affecting about 30 million people, killing above 1,000. According to the Nigerian leader, Pakistan and its population

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  • NEMA Identifies 233 LGAs in 32 States Prone to Flooding

    NEMA Identifies 233 LGAs in 32 States Prone to Flooding0

    NEMA Identifies 233 LGAs in 32 States Prone to Flooding The National Emergency Management Agency NEMA, Director-General, Mustapha Ahmed says it has identified 233 local government areas, in 32 states and FCT that have been predicted to experience flooding in 2022. Mustapha Ahmed said this at a National Consultative Workshop on 2022 Flood Preparedness, Mitigation

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