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Enugu Community Appeals to Governor Mbah for Help with Severe Erosion Issue

The people of Agu-Umabor Community in Nsukka Council Area of Enugu State, have sent a Save our Souls (SOS) message to Governor Peter Mbah over a devastating gully erosion in the area.

They said the gully was on the verge of cutting off the only road that links the locality to other communities.

A group in the locality, operating under the banner of Agu-Umabor Elites, made the appeal via a statement made available to journalists, issued by its Public Relations Officer, Mr Ugwuanyi Boniface.

The statement said the group after an inspection of critical infrastructures in the area “discovered that the only road in the community, Agu Umabor-Breme-Eha-Alumona road that was almost completed by the last administration, was abandoned.

“The community shall be completely cut off in a matter of months because of the heavy gully created by the abandoned road project.

“The road is so crucial to the people as it connects Agu-Umabor-Mbu-Ikem and Enugu.

“The only Primary school in the area is also in a dilapidated form.”

They further lamented that the rural electrification project in the community was also abandoned.

“We the Agu Umabor Elites Group, therefore, appeal to the Governor of Enugu State to intervene and save the community from the inherent ecological dangers when the rain comes,” the community said


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