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16 Sep 2016
As erosion threatens communities in Anambra, lawmakers in the state House of Assembly have called on the government to intervene.
29 Aug 2016
To further strengthen its operations aimed at controlling gully erosion in Nigeria, the World Bank, through its Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Project (NEWMAP), has extended its services to 12 states.
18 Jul 2016
With several houses already swallowed by erosion, the House of Representatives has enjoined the authorities to tackle the menace of gully erosion bedevilling Ankpa local council of Kogi State.
26 Jun 2016
Two communities in Abia State-Amuzukwu in Umuahia North Local Government and Umuezeukwu Nsulu in Isiala North council area, ravaged by gully erosion, have been compensated by the World Bank.

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