Residents of Tambari Housing Property in Bauchi metropolis have referred to as on each the Bauchi State authorities and the Federal Authorities to urgently come to their help by tackling the erosion threatening their existence within the space.
The decision was made on behalf of the residents of the property by the group chief, Abdullahi Shayibu, ward heads of Tambari Phases 1 and a pair of, Dr U.U Ningi and Nuuman Umar respectively, whereas addressing journalists on Tuesday.
The residents’ leaders acknowledged that the housing property was being endangered by erosion, declaring that it’s excessive time authorities rescued them from the menace.
In response to them, main elements of the property is being taken over by erosion, including that the scenario worsens throughout each wet season.
The leaders knowledgeable that the environmental hazard is brought on by sand excavators who dredge the stream that passes by the world, often known as Rafin Tambari, repeatedly.
This, in keeping with them, results in the growth of the stream’s channel, noting that this leads to submerging of homes through the raining season.
They, due to this fact, implored the state and federal governments to shortly sort out the erosion downside within the property.
“The erosion is threatening the entire property in current occasions as plots of lands and homes close by are submerged yearly as a result of massive quantity of water that passes by.
“Pure and human elements are steadily worsening the scenario, thereby, resulting in growth of the water channel.
“We attribute the issues to the actions of tipper and pick-up drivers who evacuate sand from the stream for development functions whereas all efforts to handle the tendencies have proved abortive,” Shayibu stated.
He suggested the Bauchi State authorities to use for funds from the Federal Authorities’s ecological funds with a view to tackling the environmental downside being confronted by residents of the property positioned on the Jos-Bauchi freeway.