Inikorogha Community Appeals For Help Over Flooding

Inikorogha Community Appeals For Help Over Flooding

People of Inikorogha community in Gbaramatu Kingdom of Warri Southwest Local Government Area of Delta State have appealed to the state government to save them from the flood that has taken over the community.

Members of the community who spoke to newsmen lamented that both fishing and business activities have become difficult in the locality when it rains, as residents have to battle to cross the heavy flood.

They decried the inaccessibility of their homes due to the high level of floodwater in the community while calling on the Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa to come to their aid and address the issue of perennial flooding in the community.

They also extended the call to the National Emergency Maintenance Agency (NEMA) and other relevant agencies to come to their assistance.

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The Amadiwei of Inikorogha, Chief Steady Ebiyai, and the Chairman of the community, Mr. Arthur Pudie, said they need the help of the government to sandfill the community.

“Flood has taken over our community. We move around through canoe boats, we are still experiencing flood. We need the intervention of the government to save us from the flood as economic activities has been grounded as you can see,

“Just one rainfall, everywhere in the community has turned to a river and we cannot move in and out of our houses, our houses are flooded, nowhere to sleep, what will be our fate when the rain continues intensely as predicted by the government.”


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