FEMA Warns of Strong Wind Within the Next Three days

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The Federal Emergency Management Authority has warned that states surrounding the Federal Capital Territory will experience strong winds within the next three days.

In a statement signed by FEMA’s Head of Public Affairs, Nkechi Isa, on Wednesday, the agency said it was issuing the warning following an impact-based weather forecast by the Nigerian Meteorological Agency.

It stated that the strong winds may likely cause displacements of people and isolated cases of damage to weak structures.

Meanwhile, FEMA Director General, Abbas Idriss, said the agency’s Search and Rescue teams had been placed on high alert and warned residents to “exercise caution during heavy rains and to avoid driving in a pool of water.

Written by: Helen Obih

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