In Year 2022, the flood disaster resurfaced again with greater and more disastrous dimensions.
Year 2022 is been a flooding year in Nigeria, beginning from up the Northern Nigeria to the Southern Nigeria, as we may tagged it, as we tagged 2020 as Coronavirus year worldwide.
Flood: We Practically Live with Dead Bodies – CDC Southern IJaw
Yes, flooding is a natural disaster. As much as that, there’s still a way out of this perennial flooding in Nigeria that will drastically mitigate and reduce its future effects.
while noting the reality of climate change effects, which necessitates collective responsibilities and action from all stakeholders in addressing climate change, as the world prepares for COP27 in Egypt.
Environmentalist Franklin D. Magada, Executive Director of Ecoh Monitors, submits an Environmental Strategic Assessment (ESA) 10 page white paper report, preferring a lasting solution to the Federal Government through its Ecological Fund Office (EFO) under the presidency to enhance its plans to mitigate and forestall future flooding by adopting the Netherlands 1953 approach.
The great “NETHERLANDS 1953 DELTA COMMITTEE” approach is the way out. The Nigeria Geographical Floodplain and lands below sea level, through my assessment, require the construction of gateway control dems, dikes, shoreline protection walls, and dredging.
which would go towards addressing a permanent flood mitigation system across the country and thereby ending this perennial flooding disaster in Nigeria.
For details of the 10 page white paper please drop your email to email@example.com