State governor, Malam Aminu Masari, who stated this during the review of his administration’s achievement in 2022, said such efforts would be sustained to ensure a friendly environment.
This is contained in a press statement signed Sunday by SERAP Deputy Director, Kolawole Oluwadare
The community claimed that it has so far lost no fewer than 200 families to the flood and sees no reason why it should be excluded from palliatives meant for flood victims.
NEMA’s Director-General, Alhaji Mustapha Ahmed, said the donation was to complement the state government’s effort in assisting the flood victims.
Kpodoh, in a statement issued in Yenagoa Thursday, said it was time for Diri to use the billions of naira he had so far collected as ecological funds to mitigate the damage done by the floods, to sufficiently ameliorate the sufferings of the people.
This comes on the backdrops of the spot findings by the apex igbo body on the recent flood disasters in Ariaria International Market Aba, Ohaji-Egbema in Imo and Oguta local government area in Anambra state wherein properties worth billions of naira were destroyed by floods.
Over 60 per cent of Isoko communities are currently deserted due to the floods.
An Assistant Director in charge of Response and Rehabilitation, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Walson Ibarakumo, said this after a closed-door meeting with officials of Anambra Government in Awka on Thursday.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the death toll from the flood disaster was confirmed by Bayelsa government on Wednesday.
Wike announced this in a statement issued by his Special Assistant on Media, Kelvin Ebiri, in Port Harcourt, the State capital.
A statement issued by Ajaka in Lokoja said the donation was sequel to devastating effects of the flooding in the state.
The President of IU, Stephen Uchola, made the appeal after he led officials of the organisation to visit some affected communities in Ibaji Tuesday.
NEMA Zonal Coordinator, Godwin Tepikor, South-South Zone, made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Monday in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
The Executive Secretary, Dr. Emmanuel Shior, announced this while kick-starting the distribution of relief materials to flood victims on Tuesday in Makurdi.
The Agency’s Director General, Mustapha Ahmed announced this at an emergency technical meeting on flood situation in the country Monday, in Abuja.
Other frontline States include; Niger, Nasarawa, Kebbi, Kogi, Edo, Delta, Anambra, Cross River, Rivers and Bayelsa.
The victims also lost valuable items in areas like Oshodi, Ilupeju Avenue, Ureje, Ita Eku, and Temidire Eminrin.
Similarly, two other passengers in a Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) were swept away by flash flood at Oyatoki Street, Orile Agege during the heavy rains.
Ilo-Boundary Ajegunle community shares a boundary with Ogun State at the Toll Gate area Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway
Federal Road Maintenance Engineer (FRME) in charge of Lagos II West, Olisa Emeter, made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).