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Govt reacts as flood displaces 500 families in Jigawa

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No less than 500 families have been rendered destitute by various flood debacles in three neighborhood government territories of Jigawa state.

Senator Badaru Abubakar, spoken to by his Deputy Alhaji Umar Namadi, expressed this during a compassion visit to the Internally Displaced Person (IDPs) camps in the influenced territories.

GISTOK revealed that three neighborhood governments including Guri, Miga, and Kaugama nearby government zones were as of late hit by flood calamity devastating several houses, farmlands and property worth a large number of Naira.

The Deputy Governor said the state government is doing its best to carry crisis help to the people in question and give an enduring answer for issues.

He expressed that state government is taking a gander at the conceivable outcomes of migrating a portion of the whole networks to zones that are not inclined to flooding, to avoid the yearly event of the catastrophe.

Namadi anyway coordinated the state crisis help the board office to gives alleviation materials to those in IDPs camps and those living with their relatives.

He included that the state government would consider sending a beneficial spending plan to the State House of Assembly if the requirements emerge to help floods exploited people over the state.

In his comments, the official secretary Jigawa State Emergency Management Agency, Yusuf Sani said the organization is presently attempting to survey the degree of the harm for government intercession.