CALABAR: Another Heavy Downpour Cause Flooding (VIDEO)

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By Margaret Adam

Calabar the Cross River State capital has recently witnessed another heavy downpour which caused flooding that took over the popular Ndidem Usang Iso road, Rabana Round about axis.

The flood which followed the heavy downpour left commuters and drivers stranded, as well as businesses on stand still.

The rain which started around 4:30 Pm lasted for over an hour and led to the closure of shops around the area due to the rising water level which was making its ways into shops, homes and parked vehicles around the area.

Residents and shop owners that spoke to CrossRiverWatch TV say the flood has become a ritual they must face with the coming of the rains, as the drainages are too small and therefore overflow.

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