Floods In Douala, Governor Samuel Ivaha Says Population Should Migrate From Risky Zones

Following the recent flood in Cameroon’s economic capital, Douala, Samuel Dieudonne Ivaha, the governor of the littoral region has asked the population to migrate from risky zones

According to him, the incident could repeat, and this time with more dangerous effects on the population.

“People living in lowlands which could have surprises should take a step by leaving such places.” Diboua said as quoted by Cameroon Info

The governor called on the councils to take responsibility in cleaning up gutters

He said a regional crisis committee will be set up to assist Inhabitants affected by the flood.

The floods in Douala came on August 21, 2020, due to heavy rain. It hampered movement and buisneses as the rain level covered cars and made away with several property

There’s no confirmation if any death was recorded

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