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The Adamawa State Emergency Management Agency (ADSEMA) has confirmed that over hundred persons were displaced following a monsoon rainfall in the state.

Newsmen report that a heavy rainfall was recorded in some areas of the state last Thursday night.

Newsmen gathered that the affected areas included Yolde-Pate, Jambutu and Loko in Yola South, Yola North and Song Local Government Areas of the state, respectively.

Reacting to the development, ADSEMA Executive Secretary, Dr Muhammad Suleiman, said that only one person lost his live to the flood.

“One person lost his life, while over one hundred people mostly women and children displaced in the recent flood at Yolde-Pate in Yola South Local Government Area.

“Many people are also affected by the flood in Loko village and Jambutu area in Song and Yola North Local Government Areas of the state,” Suleiman said.

He said that Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), especially from Yolde-Pate, were camped at the primary school in the area.

The scribe said that the agency had provided relief materials to the victims and appealed to humanitarian actors in the country to come to the aid of the victims.

NAN

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