Netizens have taken to their social media handles to react to a certain Photo that was shared Via the Twitter Platform. The Photo content displayed a group of Passengers who stopped by to take photos along an Unknown Highway After they Came across a Big Hole at the center of the Road. Most Netizens Opined that this was as a result of A natural Cause, such as Erosion, while other Twitter users went ahead to prove by stating Geographical theories, and they claimed the Big Hole on the Road was as a result of what
IfeanyiChukwu Afuba Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano has a classical definition that renders the story of soil erosion in his State pungently in very few words. With sober expression, the Governor tells you that on the map, Anambra State is bigger than Lagos State; but the State's land mass has by the ravages of erosion shrunk to almost become smaller than Lagos State. And the full impact of the devastation strikes you! It was a problem that gradually developed with urbanisation and disregard for environmental
I want to use this Article to call on the Attention of Abia State Government to look into this Road leading to Umuagwada from Aba, Popularly called Ururuka Road or New Umuahia Road. Yesterday I noticed that Erosion has taken over this particular part of Ururuka Road at Mgboko Umuoria Hill near Jehovah's witness Kingdom Hall. See the pictures of the Road Condition I took at the particular place t I know that our Government have not seen this particular road condition, that's why I stopped by and take these shots.
The Senate Committee Chairman on Tourism and Culture, His Excellency Owelle Rochas Okorocha has called the attention of the Nigerian Senate to the ravaging effect of erosion in his Imo West Senatorial District. According to his media aide, Onwuasoanya Jones, in a well articulated and impassioned motion he sponsored on the floor of the Senate on Tuesday, 14th July, 2020, the former governor of Imo State and one of the national leaders of the governing All Progressives Congress, recalled how several interventions
SENATE URGES ITS RELEVANT COMMITTEES, NEMA, NEWMAP & OTHER CONCERNED FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES TO IMMEDIATELY INTERVENE IN THE EROSION MENACE, RAVAGING COMMUNITIES IN IMO WEST SENATORIAL DISTRICT, IMO STATE The Senate has urged its Committees on Environment, Finance, National Planning and Economic Affairs, Water Resources and works, to jointly work with the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and Nigeria Erosion and watershed Management Project (NEWMAP), and immediately intervene in the Erosion menace
Weathering and erosion are processes by which rocks are broken down and moved form their original location. They differ based on whether a rock's location is changed: weathering degrades a rock without moving it, while erosion carries rocks and soil away from their original locations. Weathering often leads to erosion by causing rocks to break down into smaller pieces, which erosive forces can then move away. Weathering vs. Erosion The main difference between weathering and erosion lies in where the process
Erosion is one of the worse disaster in our environment and has been a great deal to manage especially when it comes to controlling its effects as no one has power over nature. In this article we're going to look at the effect of erosion sites in an area of residence that residents are crying for intervention as some building in parts of the affected communities are already at risk of collapsing if there's no urgent intervention in order to avert the unknown in the future. Against this background, the areas