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Friday, October 14, 2022

VIDEO: Evangelist seen calling on God to part the flood in Bayelsa State

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Evangelist was seen calling on God to part the ‘Reed Sea’ in Bayelsa State. (Read More Here).

Residents of Ovom community in Yenagoa LGA, Bayelsa state, have been displaced following flooding in the area.

When TheCable visited the community on Tuesday evening, it was observed that water had taken over many houses and property, leaving residents stranded.

Some of the residents have also moved to makeshift accommodations in other parts of the state.

Speaking with TheCable, Emmanuel Peremobowei, a resident, said he had moved his belongings out of this community to prevent water from destroying them.

Peremobowei also appealed to the Bayelsa government to support the flood victims.

“This flood started about a week ago. We did not expect that the water would come to this level. We thought it would be normal rainfall without negative environmental effects,” he said.

“As you can see, some people are now taking their loads to another place to minimise the destruction. We are facing many challenges over this flooding. Different reptiles are even moving around in the water.”

Dickson, who lamented on the impact of flooding in the state, said the rampaging flood had chopped off the critical Amassoma Road and cut-off the Niger Delta University, Bayelsa International Airport and adjoining communities from the state capital.

He disclosed that the popular Sagbama/Ekeremor road had also been cut into two, thereby making the second state university, the University of Africa, Toru Orua and the state polytechnic located in Aleibiri, Ekeremor local government area inaccessible.

Senator Dickson who further revealed that the East West Road linking Delta and Rivers States had also been cut-off, lamented that with the latest development, Bayelsa State had further been isolated from other parts of the county.

While pleading with the federal government to come to their rescue he said apart from the deployment of the military, paramilitary and related agencies to combat the worsening flood menace, the deployment of relief items and medical supplies to the state should be prioritised

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