- Suleja, a town near Abuja experienced massive flooding on Sunday
- The flood was as a result of a heavy rain that reportedly fell for hours
- No less than 20 people have reportedly lost their lives in the rain
A heavy rain that lasted more than 12 hours, has reportedly led to the death of no less than 20 people in Suleja, a town near Abuja, on Sunday, July 9.
Legit.ng gathered that the rain, which reportedly started around the evening of Saturday, July 8 fell without stop till the afternoon of Sunday.
In a video shared by Sahara Reporters, residents of the area could be seen helping each other across the streets with homes submerged in flood.
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Watch videos of the Suleja flood below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported a similar experience in Awka Etiti, a town in Anambra state.
Legit.ng gathered that some parts of Awka Etiti local government area in Anambra state, were almost submerged due to heavy rainfall.
Watch video of children begging the Nigerian government not to demolish their houses: