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List of 27 States that Face High Risk of Flooding in 2021

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At the unveiling of the report, the Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency (NIHSA), the agency mandated to sensitise Nigerians on preventive measures to reduce the impact of floods every year, listed the states at a high risk of being flooded in 2021.

According to the NIHSA, communities in 121 local government areas across 27 states and the Federal Capital Territory are at a high risk of being flooded.

The agency also warned that the flooding may be worse than what was experienced in previous years.

Stephen Margima, the director of hydro-geophysics at the NIHSA, listed the states:

1. Abia

2. Akwa Ibom

3. Anambra

4. Bauchi

5. Bayelsa

6. Benue

7. Cross River

8. Delta

9. Ebonyi

10. Edo

11. Gombe

12. Imo

13. Jigawa

14. Kaduna

15. Kano

16. Kebbi

17. Kogi

18. Kwara

19. Lagos

20. Nasarawa

21. Niger

22. Ogun

23. Oyo

24. Rivers

25. Sokoto

26. Taraba

27. Zamfara

In 2020, Kebbi state experienced a devastating flood which led to the death of several residents. In his reaction to the sad incident, President Muhammadu Buhari regretted that the timing of the disaster came when efforts were ongoing to boost local rice production.

The president went on to express concern over the flood that destroyed farm produce, submerged thousands of farmlands and houses, and personal belongings in the affected communities.

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“VPN Exposes Your Bank Account Numbers, Stop Using It,” Lai Mohammed Warns

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Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has sent out a stern warning to Nigerians using Virtual Private Network (VPN) to access Twitter.

Recall that weeks ago, Federal Government suspended popular microblogging platform, Twitter, saying that the platform is capable of causing war in the country.

In a new video shared by OAK Tv, Lai Mohammed warned Nigerians to stop using VPN to access Twitter.

He further stated that VPNs can expose one’s entire data including bank account numbers which isn’t safe.

Lai Mohammed added that Nigerians should think of a way to create an app that can replace Twitter and it would be patronized by other countries.

Watch video below:

Lai Mohammed advises Nigerians to stop using VPN to access Twitter 🎥: OAKTV pic.twitter.com/abSYhIjMUh

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Face Real Problems, Twitter Isn’t Food — Hon. Muhammad Tells Nigerian Youths

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Fatahu Muhammad, a member of the House of Representatives from Katsina State’s Daura Federal Constituency, has justified Twitter’s ban in Nigeria.

Mr Muhammad believes that social media ought to be regulated in order for young people to prioritize Nigeria and address real-world issues. The congressman expressed displeasure in Nigerian youth, saying that Twitter was not the meal that Nigerians needed.

The congressman stated this on Tuesday during an investigation into the suspension of Twitter held by the House joint committees on Information, National Orientation, Ethics and Values, as well as the National Security, Justice, and Commerce.

“For God sake, what is social media? Are we eating social media? Let us go back to the resources, and harvest them, and let keep this thing aside, and face the real problem in Nigeria,” he said.

He added that if Twitter was not suspended after they pulled down Buhari’s tweet, the insults to the sovereignty of Nigeria would have been more. “We should please regulate the media. If the minister did not ban Twitter on the instruction of the President, the kind of insults to the sovereignty of Nigeria from the users of Twitter would be more than what we are facing. Let us tell ourselves the truth, Nigeria comes first.

Sometimes, when I am reading tweets, I am disappointed with the youth because we are the future of Nigeria,” he added.

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NIN Enrolment: We Need N25bn To Buy Storage Servers — NIMC

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The National Identity Management Commission has proposed spending N25 billion on additional servers to store National Identity Number enrolment records. On Wednesday, it will present its proposal to the Federal Executive Council.

Aliyu Abubakar Aziz, the Director General of NIMC, revealed this on Tuesday while testifying before the Senate Public Accounts Committee, which is investigating the agency for alleged non-compliance with the Public Procurement Act in the award of a N229 million contract.

He said 57 million persons have, so far, been registered, adding that 90 servers were needed to register 100 million Nigerians. “For us to reach 100 million, we will need 90 servers. We have enrolled 57 million as of today. We will ask for N25 billion at FEC tomorrow to buy more server to take the whole of population,” he said.

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