NEMA - National Emergency Management Agency Latest News
Not less than 4,370 houses have been destroyed with about 51, 000 persons displaced in Cross River following a flood disasters that occurred between July and September 2019.
Another fresh batch of 168 Nigerians has returned from Libya, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has stated. The emergency agency received the returnees on Friday, December 6, at the Murtala Muhammed Airport.
Some Nigerians around the area are using the social media to call for rescue operations, as several people are reported to still be trapped in the rubble of the building.
Hukumar bada agajin gaggawa ta Najeriya, NEMA ta bayyana cewa mutane 5 ne suka mutu a sanadiyyar harin da wasu gungun miyagu yan bindiga suka kai cikin karamar hukumar Igabi ta jahar Kaduna a yan kwanakin nan.
Bayan sa bakin Minista Pantami MTN sun hakura da kara farashin USSD. MTN sun fadi abin da ya sa su ka hakura da kara kudin USSD a makon jiya. Tuni dai har gwamnan CBN, Mista Godwin Emefiele ya yi magana kan batun.
At least two people escaped death on Sunday, October 13 after they were rescued by the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency from a collapsed mosque located at Olowora bus stop in Ikosi-Isheri area of the state.