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Flooding: NEMA names 12 worst hit states

After its assessment, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has declared 12 states along the River Niger and Benue as worst affected by flood disaster this year while other states are being monitored.
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Flood: NEMA, stakeholders activate national contingency plan

Following the conference reports and the rising level of water at both River Benue and Niger, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and other stakeholders in disaster management yesterday activated the National Contingency Plan (NCP).

Flooding: Lagdo Dam’ll be discharged soon – NEMA

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), on Saturday, said that the flood situation in Nigeria might get worst in few days time with all indications and signals that Lagdo Dam, in Cameroon, will be discharged soon.

Council approves recommendations to tackle disease outbreaks

To achieve early disease detection and control, state governments have been advised to establish functional infection prevention committees, emergency operational centres and isolation units.

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Yayale Ahmed urges northern monarchs to unite, build region

Former Secretary to the Government of the Federation of Nigeria (SGF), Mahmud Yayale Ahmed, attributes the greed and selfishness of northern elite to the cause of the region’s backwardness despite its abundant human and natural resources