The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA has suggested that college students of the Adekunle Ajasin College Akungba-Akoko, AAUA, who reside in flood-prone areas to right away transfer to a safer place until the rains subside.
Coordinator of NEMA in Ondo, Osun and Ekiti states, Mr. Olusegun Afolayan gave the recommendation when lawmakers of the Ondo State House of Assembly paid a sympathy go to to AAUA’s administration over the current flood throughout which a pupil of the establishment was swept away.
Recall that Street2view had reported how a 400-level student of AAUA, Doyinsola Afolayan
was swept away in a flood that ravaged Akungba group in Akoko South West Native Authorities Space of Ondo State final week.
Doyinsola, a ultimate 12 months student from the institution’s Division of Spiritual and African Research was swept away by flash flood occasioned by a heavy downpour which led to the overflow of the canal beside her residence.
Through the go to, the lawmakers expressed the heartfelt sympathy of the Home to the College administration and the whole group.
The Vice-Chancellor of the establishment, Prof. Igbekele Ajibefun who expressed displeasure on the incident thereafter led the lawmakers to the location of the incident.
Talking on the scene of the flooding, the Chairman House Committee on Tertiary Establishments Hon. Felemugudu Bankole known as on residents to desist from erecting constructions on river channels to avert such catastrophe sooner or later.
The lawmaker representing Akure South state constituency two, Hon. Sunday Olajide appealed to interventionist businesses to finish all ongoing hostel tasks on the College campus with a purpose to alleviate the lodging downside of the scholars.
In the meantime, the lawmakers later visited parents of the AAUA final year student who was washed away of their resident in Akure as they known as on businesses of government to rise as much as the problem of a steady seek for the woman.
Trusting on the robust faith of the parents, the lawmakers had been hopeful that their little one could be found alive.