Nigeria floods displace 100,000


Floods in eastern and central Nigeria have killed more than 130 people and displaced some 100,000 since the beginning of July.

Nigeria's seasonal floods usually cause havoc in poor and rural areas where there is no proper drainage.

The BBC's Tomi Oladipo sent this report from the eastern Adamawa State to our Focus on Africa TV programme.

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