Kasim Sumaina in Abuja
With ongoing efforts to tackle and assist flood victims, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has further declared national disaster in five states of Adamawa, Taraba, Rivers, Kebbi and Bayelsa, following devastating flood that ravaged the states.
This, according to the agency, has brought to nine the number of states declared national disaster areas caused by the flood devastation.
The agency had in September 17, 2018 declared four states — Niger, Kogi, Anambra and Delta — disaster areas.
NEMA, in a statement by its Director-General Mustapha Maihaja, through the agency’s Head Media and Public Relations, Sani Datti, in Abuja, said: “It will be recalled that on 17th September 2018 national disaster was declared in Kogi, Niger, Delta, Anambra States.
“In consideration of the data and information being…
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