President Muhammadu Buhari has called on the United Nations (UN) and other international agencies to do something on what he called “sea-like” flooding in Pakistan, the worst natural disaster in the country’s history.
In a statement today, August 27, by a presidential spokesman, Garba Shehu, the President narrated that the floods
damaged half-a-million homes, affected about 30 million people and killed above 1,000.
According to the statement, the floods washed away hundreds of roads, bridges and other infrastructure.
President Buhari, who expressed sympathy to the people of Pakistan over “this humanitarian disaster of epic proportions” appeal to the United Nations and other Aid Agencies to take urgent steps to assist people without shelter and food as well as the millions who require urgent humanitarian relief.