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Killer Flood To Hit 14 Nigerian States: See Flood Prone Areas

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Killer Flood To Hit 14 Nigerian States: See Flood Prone Areas

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August 12, 2012 – Killer Flood To Hit 14 Nigerian States: See Flood Prone States In Nigeria

According to a report from the Federal Ministry of Environment in Nigeria, a killer rainfall which will cause major flooding has been predicted between today August 12 and the 19th of August 2012 in 14 Nigerian states.

Flood Prone States In Nigeria

See below for the flood prone states in Nigeria.

Oyo State Flood Prone Areas

  • Apata, Ibadan
  • Bodija, Ibadan
  • Challenge, Ibadan
  • Moniya, Ibadan
  • Ojoo, Ibadan
  • Eruwa
  • Odo Ona, Ibadan

All of the areas listed below are in Wase Plateau, Adamawa, Shelleng, Shandam,Langtang

  • Demsa
  • Nunman
  • Jimeta
  • Mayo
  • Belwa
  • Mubi & Song

Gombe State Food Prone Area

  • Nafada, Gombe

Kebbi State Flood Prone Areas

  • Anka
  • Bagudo
  • Birnin-Kebbi
  • Bungudu
  • Bunza
  • Gwandu
  • Jega
  • Kamba

Yobe State Flood Prone Areas

  • Gashua
  • Potiskum
  • Dapchi
  • Kanama and Machina in Yobe

Taraba State Flood Prone Areas

  • Bali
  • Gembu
  • Ibi
  • Lau
  • Wukari
  • Mutum Biyu

Zamfara State Flood Prone Areas

  • Kaura
  • Maru
  • Gusau
  • Namoda

Kano State Flood Prone Areas

  • Gezawa
  • Gwarzo
  • Karaye
  • Wudil

Bauchi State Flood Prone Areas

  • Azare
  • Bajoga,
  • Jamaare
  • Kari
  • Tafawa Balewa

Katsina State Flood Prone Areas

  • Bakori
  • Bindawa
  • Daura
  • Jibiya
  • Katsina
  • Funtua

The deputy director of Erosion, Flood & Coastal Zone Management Dept of the ministry, Dr Morohunkeji Oyeleke is appealing to the Governments of the flood prone areas to take any necessary precautions in order to minimize loss of lives and property.

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  1. Ben

    August 12, 2012 at 8:50 PM

    Thanks Naijagists our family appreciate your timely alerts.

  2. Gabriel Ajirioghene Kingsley

    September 27, 2012 at 9:03 AM

    My fellow nigerians, I greet you all… I sincerely sympathize with all the family of the flood victims… God is in control.

  3. Nzeman

    October 13, 2012 at 4:39 AM

    The area that is affected of the flood is not just the only area suffering.its nw all over naija, immagine garri nw a cup 4 100 naira hw do we meet up with this when we couldnt buy it @ the former cost 2 our satisfaction. Plz Mr president the masses are dieing do sumthing very fast.

  4. Ifeanyi Ilochika Nwadi

    October 18, 2012 at 9:32 AM

    God pls help my country by stoping dis flood.

  5. nwaoha samuel

    October 24, 2012 at 7:51 AM

    it is high time we nigerian’s begin to pray for our country nigeria becos it is a sign of end time and we have leader’s in our country and they can do anything to dis, i also plead with the familes dat are homeless and lost there loved one’s!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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