Friday, 7 September 2018



Dino Melaye And Other Abuja Residents Raise Alarm Over Earth Tremor

Some Nigerians in Abuja today raised alarm after experiencing earth tremors with many people left in panic state. 


Senator Dino Melaye
 
The Senator representing Kogi West, Dino Melaye and other residents of Abuja on Friday morning raised alarm over earth tremors being experienced by some parts of the Federal Capital territory.
 
Melaye in a post on his Twitter page, speaking on the recent development, said he felt earth tremors in his Maitama home on Friday morning.
 
He, however, stated that he has informed the FCT minister, Mohammed Bello of the development.
 
He assured Abuja residents that measures were been taken to address the problem.
 
Melaye wrote: “I have informed the FCT Minister and Perm Sec. on the scaring earth movement in some parts of Abuja at 6:11am. I felt earth tremors in my home in maitama too.

“Measures are been taken to address the problem.I will keep the FCT administration on their toes on this.”
 
Here are some comments gathered by DAILY POST:
 
@Fantis “Did you all feel this crazy big tremor just now 6:12 am in Abuja? Now this is getting scary. My house and bed shook! Felt 2 More smaller ones now.”

@AliyuAtiku “The whole Abuja is vibrating. It happened yesterday and it’s happening right now. Anybody felt it? Could it be an earthquake?

@BashirYusuf “Another heavy tremor just occurred at 6.01 a.m. in Maitama, Abuja. Truth is, this seem like a warning for an earthquake. I think the authorities should do some scientific investigation or evacuate residents as a matter of precaution.”

@Chrisngwodu “These tremors shaking Abuja require a definite explanation. What are they? Why are they happening? What or who is responsible? Are they seismic events?

@Oyenne9 “It’s the third day of tremors in abuja, Today’s just started very early this morning and its getting stronger. It’s spreading to areas that weren’t affected on day one. The windows are vibrating as well. I’ve counted more than 5 since 6:11am.”

@Olajideobe “we also need to ensure all first responders are on emergency alert.
As we pray/hope for the best (safety), we should also brace for the worst, in case earthquake eventually occurs.”






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