NEMA Announces Rapid Response plans in the south East.

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The national emergency management agency south east zone says the agency is ready to arrest any emergency situation that may arise from impending flooding this year.
It assures of the agency's readiness to nip in the bud any record of disaster related issues and outlined measures already in place and equipment procured by government to tackle disaster cases from flooding to fire and other man made emergencies.
NEMA coordinator for the South east and his Anambra state counterpart spoke to journalists on the level of the agency’s preparedness.

Speaking toJournalists at the commemoration of this year World Red Cross Day, held in Awka, Anambra state capital, the emergency agencies assured the people of the south east of their level of preparedness to ensure that not a single life or property is lost  in this year raining season as a result flooding in the zone.
The agencies recount their achievements in the past and how it has provide efficient service delivery to the people and adopt spontaneous response to disaster cases in the zone.
Emphasising on the need to equip and train residents to acquire the knowledge of rapid response to safety incident before the agency or its representatives appear, the agencies identify some structures already in place and plans to train volunteers who will assist victims before they arrive.
The agency promised the delivery of its statutory mandate to ensure the zone record reduced disaster wreckages and loss of lives in this year prospective rain flooding.


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