Fidelity bank card banner Camano banner
Flood hits four LGAs in Kebbi

By News Express on 04/09/2015

Views: 2,910


At least four Local Government Areas in Kebbi State have been submerged by flood after a heavy rainfall.

Sources close to the state government say the affected local government areas are Argungun, Augie, Suru and Kamba Local Governments.

There are no reports of casualties and residential areas were largely spared, but large areas of farmlands were washed away by the flood.

Kebbi is one of the states which the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET) has forecast would experience heavy rains and flooding.

The National Emergency Management Agency NEMA) is yet to comment on the issue, but the state government is said to be planning assistance to the affected farmers. (Channels TV)

•Photo shows Kebbi Gov.

 

 

Source News Express

Posted 04/09/2015 04:11:14 AM

 

 

CLASSIFIED ADS

 

You may also like...
Don’t despair, use your PVC to elect responsible...

INEC disciplines 25 staff over Rivers re-run

Nigeria wins second gold at 2016 Rio Paralympics...

N6.3bn Fraud: Witnesses reveal how Ex-Governor Jang diverted...

Taiwan train derailment kills at least 22

Nigerian Professor defends HIV/AIDs cure claim, wants open...

Aka Ikenga holds Integrated Economic Summit

Billionaire kidnapper falls into police net

Senator offers scholarship to 880 students

Over 1,000 arrested in Gabon post-election violence

Raja Casablanca win African Super Cup

$8.1bn MTN vs CBN repatriation: Court fixes hearing...

 

Latest News Terror attacks imminent in Nigeria — UK •Warns citizens to avoid 24 states Catholic bishop to Buhari: Hunger, insecurity reign; quit if you can’t cope Kidnapping: OPC issues 7-day ultimatum to herdsmen Amnesty Programme empowers 2,190, trains 800 Kano elders tell Ganduje to reverse new emirate law 27,000 killed in North-East Nigeria attacks since 2009, says UN Insufficient commitment by troops on frontlines affects Army operations — Buratai AbdulRazaq suspends Kwara LG councils for six months NCAA begins demolition of 8,805 telecom masts 2,000 Nigerian women die annually of unsafe abortion ― Gynaecologist Woman, 67, charged with hacking bank account, stealing N16m EFCC secures forfeiture of N60m cash traced to Ex-SSG

 

Most Read NUDE PHOTO OF OMOTOLA JALADE-EKEINDE surfaces online (494,777 views) Nigerian female sex addict opens up, says ‘I like it with both men and women’ (425,661 views) Shameless Genevieve Nnaji exposes breasts in public (365,518 views) Finally named: The full list of friends of Nigerian female sex addict who prowled Facebook (312,131 views) OLUMBA OLUMBA OBU (the one who called himself God) IS DEAD (276,412 views) Igbo scholar disgraces Femi Fani-Kayode •Demolishes claims on Igbo/Yoruba history with facts and figures (244,100 views) Breaking News: POPULAR REVEREND CONVERTS TO ISLAM in Kaduna (Nigeria) (234,108 views) OBJ’s son reported dead in Lagos plane crash •Names of more victims emerge (215,990 views) 10 cars more expensive than Jets (213,051 views) My wasted years in Olumba Olumba Obu’s Evil Brotherhood (204,568 views) Lagos plane crash: Journalist releases victims’ names (184,629 views) THE FINAL DISGRACE: Igbo scholar unleashes more facts about Igbo/Yoruba history, finishes off Femi Fani-Kayode with second article (183,943 views)

 

NNPC Financial reports February 2019

CBN banner advert

UBA Wise Savers Promo

 

Categories Advertorials (3) African Press Organisation (81) Art & Literature (94) Business & Economy (4,315) Business Verdict (73) Columnists (1,051) Complaints & Requests (95) Enterprise & Opportunities (209) Entertainment (624) Features (762) Global Business Monitor (379) ICT Monitor (53) International (3,602) Interview (184) Live Commentary (30) Love Matters (162) Maggie's Blog (305) News (47,499) Opinion (1,260) Pidgin (17) Politics (11,034) Religion (1,024) Sports (2,045) Stock Watch (39) AMA & Al Jazeera Global Update

 

 

 

 

 

APO Group Partner

 

 

CLASSIFIED ADS

GOCOP Accredited Member

GOCOP Accredited member

 

 

Africa Media Agency and Al Jazeera