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The State Government has responded promptly to the Save Our Soul message by residents of Mgbemena Street Awada Obosi, Idemili North Local Government Area.
The State Commissioner for Environment, Architect Mike Okonkwo acompanied by members of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) visited the area for on the spot accessment of the disaster.
Addressing the residents of the street, Architect Okonkwo stated that immediately the state government received a save our soul message from the residents, he invited the federal government to various erosion sites in the state including Mgbemene street .
He announced that the contractor handling the project had been drafted back to site to do a palliative work to stop the erosion before it gets worse.
Also speaking, the Zonal Coordinator National Emergency Management Agency South East Zone Enugu, Mr. Wilson Ibarakumo Brandon who lead a team from the Agency , said they were in the state for on the spot assessment of erosion sites at various part of the state and assured that they he would report immediately back to the federal government on the plight of the people for necessary action.
A board member from the State Emergency Management Agency Professor Peter Katchy sated that Mgbemene street is highly devastated, attributing the menace to the heavy rainfall and the topographical nature of the road and urged the people to exercise little patience as the state government is ready to do the needful.

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