Agency warns Edo, Delta, Anambra, others over flooding
Following the release of water from Lagdo dam in Cameroun, the Nigerian Hydrological Service Agency (NHSA) has warned Edo Anambra, Delta, Bayelsa and Rivers states to brace up for more flooding.
When flooding overran major cities across Nigeria
Since 2012, flood has remained a recurring menace in Nigeria. Lives have been lost; people have been displaced from their homes and their properties destroyed; farms have been submerged leaving farmers wailing due to the destruction of their crops. The losses are quite enormous.
Flood lay siege to nation as rainy season peaks
On Sunday July 15, the weather was cool and pleasant, so Amina Shuaibu, 40, fed and wrapped her 20-month-old son, Ja’afaru in warm clothing preparatory for a sound night rest, alongside other members of her household.
Nubi: With effective deployment of technology, impact of natural disasters can be mitigated
First and foremost, Lagos State, where I reside is a coastal city that enjoys rainfall more than any part of the country. The likelihood of having rainwater is very high and that is our case.
Agency releases 2018 flood outlooks in 35 states
The Nigeria Hydrological Agency (NHSA) has released the 2018 flood outlooks in 35 states in the country.The outlook projected that Sokoto, Niger, Benue, Anambra, Niger Delta, Anambra, Ogun-Osun, Cross-River and Yobe states would have high risks of river flooding.