The Minister of Information of the Federal Government of Somalia, Daoud Aweys Jama, has declared that the whole country has entered a state of emergency, after the heavy rains and parallel floods that have affected the Somali people.
The minister noted that the floods and floods in some regions of the country have resulted in losses including death, injury, displacement and massive property damage.
He said the Minister of Information that the floods caused by the rains and floods displaced 500,000 people and killed 31 people.
“The problems in the country caused by the floods and the heavy rains, which has led the Federal Government of Somalia to declare that the country has entered a state of emergency, to help the people who have suffered and to deal with the problems caused by the floods in the country. “said the Minister of Information of Somalia Daoud Aweys Jama.
This statement by the Minister of Information of Somalia comes at the same time as some regions of the country are still experiencing rains and floods that have affected the lives of many people who were already struggling with their daily lives.