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The ongoing flooding that has affected several states in Nigeria.


     The floods have caused widespread damage to property and infrastructure, and have displaced thousands of people.

According to the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), the flooding has affected over 1.4 million people in 32 states across Nigeria. The agency has also reported that over 500 people have been killed in the floods, and over 2,000 have been injured.

   The flooding has been caused by a combination of factors, including heavy rainfall, poor drainage systems, and the release of water from dams. The floods have also been exacerbated by climate change, which is making extreme weather events more frequent and more severe.

  The Nigerian government has deployed emergency response teams to the affected states, and is working to provide relief to those who have been displaced by the floods. However, the scale of the disaster is overwhelming, and the government is struggling to meet the needs of all those who have been affected.


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