A writer working with the Cross River State Newspaper Corporation, the distributer of the Nigerian Chronicle and a few different occupants of West Odamba people group in Calabar Municipality, endured extreme misfortunes after landslide attacked the network.
The people group was assaulted by landslide following a substantial deluge in the state.
The flood that cut down the mud pursued the breakdown of a fence possessed by the Nigerian Navy.
Talking with NETMEDIA on Friday, the writer, who is the Vice Chairman of the Community, Etcheri Ekpeyong Etcheri, said the issue began when Navy got bulldozer that hindered the channels.
“I am the Vice Chairman of this network, I have remained here for more than eleven years and have not encountered this sort of attack in type of landslide. Up there (pointed) is Navy Officers Wives Association Secondary School.
“They were tied in with building inn for the understudies and they got bulldozer that bulldozed the earth and obstructed the main fundamental channels which cut down substantial flood and mud to the network.
“At the point when the bulldozer was working, the administrator filled the main channel with sand and blockage caused pandemonium in our locale and this is the main channel where the water passes. Along these lines, all the water from Navy bequests and different conditions exhausted into our locale.
“To intensify the issue, the flood crumbled the fence raised by the Navy. This brought mud into our homes. Around many houses are influenced. What we are enduring was brought about by the Navy.
He approached individuals from the Naval Officer’s Wives Association that are building inns for their optional to go to their guide.
“This development has influenced our kin severely. We had comparative issue a few years back however it was not as terrible as this, the greatness is incredible,” he regretted.