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Breaking | Flood Submerges Anambra Government Secretariat

Surge Submerges Anambra Local Government secretariat

Surge on Thursday submerged the secretariat of the Anambra West Local Government at Nzam, making laborers migrate to a neighboring network in Umueze Anam.

It was assembled that the Thursday occurrence was the second time the board secretariat was submerged for the current month.

A representative of the gathering, John Nnanna, sed that, “The Local Government secretariat has been secured by surge over the neck level, inciting laborers to move to Umueze Anam.

“The brief office at Umueze Anam is again being submerged as the surge keeps flooding up and we are probably going to move out from that point as well.

“We can’t measure the property damaged by the surge, however it ought to be in a huge number of naira, including archives.”

The Chairman of the council, Mr Sylvester Okafor, approached the government and state organizations accountable for crises to act the hero.

Mr. Okafor, who noticed that the general population of the region were transcendentally agriculturists, lamented that farmlands with cassava, yams, and different products had been attacked by the surge.

It was accumulated that farmers in the zone had been reaping their yields rashly to keep away from add up to misfortune.

The board region was among the seven recorded by the Nigerian Meteorological Agency {NMA) to encounter flooding this year.

The state government had made IDP camps in a few sections of the state for the individuals who might be dislodged by surge.


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