Heavy downpour has led to a Heavy flood which forced people out of their home in Rumuibekwe community in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of River State. The residents of the area have fled their homes because of this heavy flood that take over some parts of the community this morning.
Here are some photos of the situation in the Rumuibekwe community in Rivers State.
This is the popular Rumuola flyover which was taken over by the flood
Photo Credit: Twitter
The residents of Rumuibekwe community has called on their Local Government Chairman, State, and Federal Government to come to their aid as heavy rainfall has made flood took over some parts of their community. According to the source, there was a heavy downpour in the area early hours of today. It has been confirmed that no life was lost. Although properties worth millions of Naira were destroyed by this heavy flood. Buildings, Cars, motorcycles, and shops were taken away to an unknown location by the flood.
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