Flood has sacked students and staff of Delta State University of Science and Technology, Ozoro, the administrative headquarter of Isoko north local government area of the state.
This was captured when a political appointee from the area, Sylvester Imonina, posted the flood situation in the school on his Facebook page.
According to him, “Today, 14th October, 2022, I visited my home town, (Ozoro Ward 3) where Delta State University of Science and Technology, Ozoro is situated.
“More than 70 percent of the land mass of the school has been overran by water. In my presence, the volume of water was on the increase.
“Most Offices and Classrooms are already flooded. From my enquiry, the school authority directed the students to leave the school premises while the ravaging water is monitored by the school authority.
“Meanwhile, the population of people st IDP camp at Alaka Grammar School, Ozoro is increasing every minute.
“The appropriate authority should do something to cushion the effects of the ravaging water” he said.
It would be recall that the state government had through the Secretary to the State Government (SDG) Chief Patrick Ukah, directed all political appointees from flood impacted communities to liaise with their local government Chairmen with a view to collaborating with them to implement the various relief measures put in place by the government for the benefit of the flood victims.