Flooding: Ekiti to Spend N334m to Dredge Waterways

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Ekiti State government is to spend a sum N334 million to dredge waterways to prevent the reoccurrence of flooding that ravaged some sections of Ado Ekiti metropolis and other towns in 2019. Sections of Ado Ekiti, namely, Ita Eku, Ureje, Eminrin, Embassy Island and others, were submerged by flood in September, leading to the collapse […]
Flooding: Ekiti to Spend N334m to Dredge Waterways

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