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October 18, 2018
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The flood incident which has been witnessed in some states across Nigeria, left residents of some Delta communities, swimming to their houses.

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The flood reportedly rendered 5,000 people homeless, and also destroyed hectares of farmlands and properties worth millions of Naira.  Affected Delta Communities include: Akemu and Asarueha camps, Odabor all in Ikpide-Irri riverine community; Uzere, Ivrogbo-Irri, Araya, Emede, Umeh, among other communities in Isoko South local government area.

Residents swim to houses as flood sacks Delta communities

On the other hand, an Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps in Emede and Ozoro, Isoko South and Isoko North local government areas of the state, have been opened by the State Government to cater for displaced persons.

Here are more photos below;

Residents swim to houses as flood sacks Delta communities

Residents swim to houses as flood sacks Delta communities

This is coming after we reported that a heavy rainfall, which resulted into flood in Asaba and its environs swept six tricycles into the River Niger. According to Daily Posts, the flood also sacked residents of Ifant Jesus, Phase 11, and DLA road in Asaba.

READ ALSO: See The Good Thing Flooding Did For These Villagers In Bayelsa

Although no death was reported, it was learnt that the entire Infant Jesus, Phase 11, and DLA residents were thrown into disarray as their houses and properties were taken over by the flood.

Sunday Akinseye

is the Lifestyle Editor at dkmngr. he is a blogger, and social media addict.

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