NEMA, Stakeholders Meet on Disaster Management

By Abdullahi Jalalalluden

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and Stakeholders in disaster management brainstormed on timely response on emergency rescue.

NEMA Territorial Coordinator for Kano and Jigawa States, Dr Nuradeen Abdullahi, stated this at a one day Stakeholders meeting organized by the agency in collaboration with Kano and Jigawa States Emergency Management Agency in Kano on Thursday.

“We are here to evaluate and asses our selves on most of the response activities we conducted and the ones to occur in the future”

He said the meeting will help to identify the gaps and how to address the gaps in future as well as providing solutions by devising best possible ways to save lives and property.

“Recently we responded to building collapse at Beruit Road, Gas explosion at Sabon Gari, flood disaster in Kano and Jigawa States.

“We will identify where and what are the problems of flood in other to avoid future occurrence”.

According to him, NEMA brought a lot of mitigation measures,adding that people should change their attitude to agree and listen on early warning prediction.

On his part, the Executive Secretary Kano State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), Dr Saleh Jili, said the meeting was aimed at providing solutions on disaster management.

Jili called on the general public to cooperate with the disaster management agency in the state so as to have a free flow of water in the state.

He advised residents to cultivate the habit of switching off their electrical appliances when going out of their houses or before going to bed as well as using cooking gas as harmattan is approaching.

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