Nigeria Alerts Residents on Fears of More Floods

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency has warned against a "above-normal" rainfall in strategic parts of the country which could lead to flooding in 12 States of the federation.

Floods in Afor-Igwe in Amanbra State of Nigeria, July 2009

  • Nigeria:  NIMET Says Serious Flooding Coming Aug to Oct

    Daily Trust, 6 August 2012

    The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET) has told Nigerians to clear drains because of imminent heavy rainstorms that may lead to serious flooding between August and October. read more »

  • Nigeria:  Expect Serious Flooding From Aug. to Oct, NIMET Warns

    Vanguard, 5 August 2012

    The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET) has warned Nigerians to clear drains because of imminent heavy rainstorms that may lead to serious flooding between August and October. read more »

  • Nigeria:  NIMET Forecasts Raises Fresh Fears of Flood in Oyo

    This Day, 4 August 2012

    The forecast of the Nigeria Metrological Agency {NIMET} of another round of torrential rainfall in the South West states which included Oyo state has raised fresh fears of another ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  Flood - 100 Persons Displaced in Nguru

    Daily Trust, 6 August 2012

    Over 100 people were displaced yesterday after a heavy downpour that destroyed more than 50 houses in different locations in Nguru town of Yobe State. read more »

  • Nigeria:  Why Government Must Double Strategies Over Flood Control

    Leadership, 5 August 2012

    The residents of Rikkos in Plateau State have been carrying out their normal businesses including teaching, farming and other menial labour without hinderance or fear of any ... read more »

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