Flood destroys 3,000 farmlands, 120 houses in Jigawa

 

 

 

Floods brought about by relentless downpour have devastated in excess of 3,000 farmland and around 120 houses in the city of Zugo in the local government area of ​​Guri de Jigawa.

JN report that the Information Officer in the region, Alhaji Sanusi Doro, told journalist. s in Guri on Thursday that the episode happened late Tuesday.

He said the flood had additionally hauled the way of Una-Zugobia, which blocked the development of individuals and agrarian items to the market.

He called the State Government and the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) to help flood unfortunate casualties with nourishment and medications.

Floods brought about by unremitting precipitation have annihilated in excess of 3,000 farmland and around 120 houses in the city of Zugo in the neighborhood government region of ​​Guri de Jigawa.

JessyNaija paper report that the Information Officer in the territory, Alhaji Sanusi Doro, told columnists in Guri on Thursday that the occurrence happened late Tuesday.

He said the flood had likewise hauled the way of Una-Zugobia, which upset the development of individuals and farming items to the market.

He called the State Government and the National Crisis The executives Organization (NEMA) to help flood unfortunate casualties with nourishment and medications.

Be that as it may, Doro said the nearby government gathering had assembled the young to raise sandbag dikes on the banks of the Guri Waterway to maintain a strategic distance from further harm.

He stated: “The nearby government reacted rapidly by assembling in excess of 150 youngsters who were given in excess of 1,000 packs to raise the sandbag dike on the riverbank.

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“This was important to maintain a strategic distance from further harm since individuals had officially lost farming items, including corn, guinea, sesame, and millet.”

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