Flooding : Shaibu assures of conducive resettlement camps for Edo residents

…urges NEMA to support Obaseki’s disaster mgt approach The Edo State Acting Governor, Rt. Hon. Comrade Philip Shaibu, has assured of conducive

One dead, 4 injured as Abuja natives, soldiers clash over land
Jubilation as Ugwuanyi flags off Abakpa Nike-Emene link road
#AREWAMETOO! Our stories of sexual abuse — Survivors
. . . .

…urges NEMA to support Obaseki’s disaster mgt approach

The Edo State Acting Governor, Rt. Hon. Comrade Philip Shaibu, has assured of conducive resettlement camps for residents of the state in flood-prone areas, as part of proactive measures to mitigate the impact of flash floods as predicted by the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet).

Edo State Acting Governor, Rt. Hon. Comrade Philip Shaibu (right) and Special Adviser to Governor Godwin Obaseki on Special Duties, Hon. Yakubu Gowon (2nd right), during an inspection of facilities at the resettlement camp at Ekperi in Auchi, Etsako West Local Government Area, Edo State.

Shaibu gave the assurance when he visited the Internally Displaced Persons’ camp at Ekperi in Auchi, Etsako West Local Government Area, Edo State.

NiMet predicted the possibility of isolated flash floods due to high-intensity rainfall at the peak of the season, especially in places that are naturally prone to flooding.

Obaseki boosts LG workers’ capacity on budget preparation

The acting governor said the visit to the camp was part of the Governor Godwin Obaseki-led administration’s proactive measures to prevent a reoccurrence of last year’s experience when residents in some part of the state were displaced by flooding.

He noted, “As the rainy season approaches, there is a need for the Edo State Government to put modalities in place in order to safeguard the life and property in Edo State.”

Shaibu assured that adequate arrangements have been put in place to ensure a conducive environment for persons who will be camped at the facility when the need arises as the state government anticipates heavy downpour.

Controversy trails Obaseki’s 2nd term endorsement; Obende lauds action

He urged the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) to collaborate with the state government in sustaining the proactive measures and work to ensure that the impact of the floods is limited.

During a visit to Illushi, a community on the bank of the River Niger in Esan South East LGA, the acting governor said there is urgent need to prepare ahead of time and watch out for early warnings signs, as the rains approach.

Controversy trails Obaseki’s 2nd term endorsement; Obende lauds action

Source

. . . ..
***Click Here To Register SG-Income With Just #1500 ***