More than 350 houses have been obliterated after flood catastrophe that hit Ngelzarma town in Fune Local Government territory of Yobe State on Thursday.
The Executive Secretary, Yobe State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), Dr. Mohammed Goje affirmed the episode to reporters while on an appraisal voyage through the harms done to the network by the flood.
“The effect of decimation at Ngelzarma flood is more than what occurred at Ngalda a week ago, where more than 300 houses including farmlands were additionally washed away”, he said.
The State Deputy Governor Idi Barde Gubana has since paid a compassion visit to the network and sympathized with the individuals over their misfortunes.
Cubana, who said the state government would set up a partners’ board of trustees to prompt government on the long haul arrangement of the issue, deplorably noticed that the issue of flood in Ngelzarma town had been on since 1976.
He, be that as it may, coordinated SEMA to supply 150 packs of rice, 50 gallons of cooking oil for circulation to the influenced unfortunate casualties to diminish their hardship.
Every day POST had announced that last week, the flood brought about by a substantial storm had devastated more than 300 houses, notwithstanding submerging of farmlands and staple in Ngalda town of Fika neighborhood government territory of Yobe State.