How robust climate action can secure food supply
All hands must be on deck at ensuring vibrant and impactful advocacy campaigns on matters of climate change, says AMUSA TEMITOPE VICTOR, an environmentalist.
Cross River, landslide victims seek FG intervention
Cross River State government and victims have urged the Federal Government to intervene in the recent landslide that cut off over 30,000 people of Bumaji community from the rest of Nigeria.
‘Vacate flood-prone Ogun River plain’
Samuel Babatunde Adejare, who disclosed this in a statement, urged residents in these areas not to hesitate to move to higher grounds once they notice gradual accumulation of rising water as the State is not ready to lose any life during the period.
‘23 states, 100 councils to suffer flooding this year’
The Acting Chief Operating Officer of the North South Power Company Limited, Mr. Ugochukwu Chioke, said it was pertinent to alert communities on the risk of venturing into the flood plain for economic activities.
NEMA official advises flood prone communities to monitor sea level
Against the background of the prediction by NIMET that there will be rainfall above average in October, an official has advised communities prone to flooding to always monitor the sea level to avert disaster.
Enugu moves to demolish structures on water channels
No fewer than 95 buildings including business areas, schools and churches will be pulled down if the Enugu State government carries out its threat to demolish structures built beside water ways, especially in the metropolis.
Ortom orders residents of flood-prone areas to vacate
Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom has directed those residing along the banks of Rivers Benue and Katsina-Ala to vacate the areas in view of the imminent flood that might occur anytime.
Flooding: Lagos lawmaker assures residents of safety during raining season
A Lagos lawmaker, Mr Saka Fafunmi, says measures are in place to ensure that residents of Lagos are safe from flooding during the raining season.