Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Crocodiles Vacate Natural Habitat, Take Over The Streets Of Makurdi, Benue State

Perhaps the fact that Lagos and other heavily populated states are yet to experience the flooding that has engulfed many parts of Nigeria is a sigh of relief to many, however, we must all call the attention of the Government and even the private sector to this re-occurring natural disaster: Flooding.

The situation, particularly in Makurdi, Benue state has now taken an alarming, and dangerous turn. Apart from the loss of lives, property and epidermic the people have to withstand, dangerous aquatic predators have now vacated their natural habitat and relocated to the streets of Makurdi as seen in the picture above. Yes, crocodiles, and other wild animals now roam the streets of Makurdi. This is really getting scarier by the day!
Government through appropriate agencies like  National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA)  and others should please speed up their efforts in evacuating stranded Nigerians and finding an immediate solution to this problem of flooding.

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