Over 300 people displaced in another rainstorm in the Northern Region

This is the second rainstorm to hit the area in two weeks, but NADMO is yet to come to the aid of affected persons.

This is the second rainstorm to hit the area in two weeks, but NADMO is yet to come to the aid of affected persons.






Another severe rainstorm in Zabzugu in the Northern Region on Thursday 4th April has injured four people and left over 300 others displaced.

31 houses and two schools, Sabare Junior High School and Sabare No. 2 DA Primary School, had their roofs completely ripped off in last nights severe rainstorm.

Hashmin Mohammed reported that affected people are seeking shelter from their extended families in the area while appealing to the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) to intervene.

DCE of Zabzugu, Alhaji Wahab Umar, has appealed to NADMO, Non-governmental Organisations (NGO’s) and philanthropies to come to the aid of the displaced residents.

He said the Assembly currently does not have resources to meet the challenge of the victims, but can only rely on central government for support.

This is the second rainstorm to hit the area in a month, but NADMO is yet to come to the aid of affected persons, Hashmin reported.


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