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Author Topic: Delta State Governor plan to reduce flood  (Read 16 times)

maliza

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Delta State Governor plan to reduce flood
« on: September 16, 2018, 03:01:53 PM »

Resolved to lessen the effect of flooding to the barest least in the state as anticipated by the Nigeria Hydro-intelligent Services Agency (NHSA), the Delta State government by means of the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), says that it has found a way to educate important partners in the state to guarantee that they are on red caution and plan for the flooding that has just initiated in the state.

The Delta State Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, expressed this while pronouncing open A-One Day Stakeholders Forum with the subject: "Reinforcing The Role of Stakeholders In Disaster Management".

The occasion, which held at the Unity Hall, Government House, Asaba, was sorted out by the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Edo Operation Office, as a team with the Delta State Emergency Management Agency, (SEMA).

The Governor, who was spoken to by the Commissioner, Bureau for Special Duties, Barrister Ernest Ogwezzy, revealed that sharpening jingles to edify Deltans, especially riparian networks of the State on the perils of the approaching surge and for them to clear their homes is right now continuous in the State's different media outreach.

Senator Okowa called attention to that the jingles were yielding exceptionally positive reactions as authorities of SEMA have been getting refresh data concerning the looming surge from different networks over the State to control SEMA in its exercises and tasks.

He complimented the coordinators of the occasion for the activity at such a period in "our nation when we are encountering the threat of flooding, being one of such fiascos that calls for administration".

In his comments, the Head of NEMA, Edo Operations Office, Benin-City, Mr. Victor Nwubani, said that Nigeria has been experiencing lasting and unmanageable issue of flooding which have seemed to challenge every single known arrangement.

In his appreciated address, the Director, SEMA, Mr. Karo Ovemeso, said that Delta SEMA have been working indefatigably inside accessible assets to guarantee that casualties of catastrophe get some aid when the need emerges.

He additionally recognized the coordinators of the occasion, saying that in light of the surge cautioning alarm, SEMA was trying unhinged endeavors to set up IDP Camps in officially distinguished zones to harbor those as of now uprooted and those to be dislodged by the surge in the State.

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Re: Delta State Governor plan to reduce flood
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2018, 04:01:54 PM »

Kudos to Okowa for that
 

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