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Flood Wrecks Delta Community as Students Swim in Classrooms (PHOTOS)

A community in Delta State is currently facing serious challenges due to the massive flooding of the area.

Residents of Polobubou (Tsekelewu) community in Egbema Kingdom, Warri North local government area of Delta, have called on the state government to send relief materials to them to help manage the flooding.

Many homes, crops, livestock, and properties worth millions of naira have been destroyed due to the flood. Academic activities in the community have been halted as school buildings and other structures have been overtaken by the floods.

This is coming as residents of Aika and Abala-Oshimili, coastal communities in Ndokwa East Local Government Area, Delta State, fled the communities following the flood that has submerged their houses.

Some Students were seen swimming in their classrooms. Photos below;



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