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Friday, September 22, 2017

Heavy Rainfall In Imo State Displaces Many...

Many residents of Owerri, the Imo State capital, have been reportedly displaced following a heavy downpour that lasted for 12 hours and resulted in flooding in the city.






Properties worth millions of Naira have reportedly been damaged.


Also, the Federal Housing Estate, which is located at Chukwuma Nwoha Road, Old CBN Quarters located at Egbu Road and the Federal Housing World Bank Estate were affected by the flood.


This is notably the first case of flood to be recorded in Imo State this year.


The displaced victims have called on the state government to come to their aid.

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25 comments:

  1. Imo people, the Lord be with you guys.

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  2. I thought rainy season ends september.

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  3. The useless imo govt won't do jack

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  4. It's like the world is gonna end soon, so many bad news everyday 😢

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  5. It's like the world is gonna end soon, so many bad news everyday 😢

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    1. The world is ending tomorrow 😂😂

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    2. This has nothing to do with end times just a bad governor. This bad news is self inflicted by a stupid governor.

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  6. That owerri rain was too much, the governors were warned ahead of time about flooding that would occur in some states aside benue, but we have a very dumb governor called Rochas who did absolutely nothing to take measurea but hia interest is all about demolition in so many good places,we pray never to have anyone called Rochas as a leader in Nigeria.

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  7. Flood is a terrible thing.

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  8. I heard my school FGGC Owerri was affected as well.

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    1. Olivia you went to FGGC owerri? What set please? My secondary school o.

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    2. Like seriously, We plenty for this blog o. 2001 set Red house.. And the lady MC for Lagos party too finished from Feddy Esoge

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  9. It is well with us

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  10. It was actually a heavy downpour. God help us.




    Peace y'all.

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  11. Heavy rainfall? When the raining season should be ending? Hmm, it's a pity. I just hope my people weren't affected. Consequences of bad drainage system with bad government of course.

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  12. hmmm, the cries oof innocent souls have decided to fight back Rochas Okorocha.. this is the first time i am hearing about this flood or seeing it. Rochas gaan cleanse ya sef.. u r too smelly...mscheww

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    1. U people u tell him ,busy celebrating birthday with 27 cakes

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  13. This year's rain is something else.

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