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Flood killed 363 people in 2012 – Ekweremadu

15 February 2013, 13:14

Abuja - The Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, has said 363 people were killed in the floods that affected 13 states of the country in 2012, Punch reports.

He also said more than two million Nigerians became homeless during the same period.

Ekweremadu spoke at a workshop on Science and Technology in Abuja.

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