The federal ministry of environment has alerted that Fifteen states could witness flooding as a result of torrential rainfall from June 21-25.

The spokesperson of the federal ministry of environment, Haruna Ibrahim, disclosed this on Sunday in a statement.

Haruna listed the states as Adamawa (Abba Kumbo, Demsa, Farkumo, Ganye, Gbajili, Jimeta, Mubi, Natubi, Shelleng, Song, Wuro- Bokki, Mayo-Belwa); Benue (Agyo, Ugbokpo); Borno (Maiduguri); Jigawa (Hadejia);Kaduna (Kauru); Kano (Gezawa, Gwarzo, Kano, Karaye, Kunchi, Wudil).

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Others include Katsina (Daura, Jibia); Kebbi (Argungun, Bagudo, Bunza, Gwandu, Ribah, Sakaba, Shanga, Yelwa); Kogi (Abejukolo, Omale, Zugbe); Nasarawa (Gidan Dogo, Keana, Lafia, Loko, Rukubi, Tunga, Udeni);Niger (Magama);Plateau (Langtang, Wase); Sokoto (Gagawa, Goronyo, Isa, Shagari, Silame, Sokoto, Wamakko); Taraba(Bandawa, Donga, Kwata Kanawa, Lau, Ngaruwa, Yorro);Zamfara(Anka, Bukkuyum, Gummi).

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