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Borno govt. plants 11,500 trees to address erosion, deforestation

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  The Borno Government said it had planted about 11 500 trees to effectively address the problems of deforestation and erosion bedeviling the state capital The Commisioner of Environment Alhaji Kabor Wanori disclosed this on Sunday while launching a tree planting exercise in Bulumkutu area in Maiduguri metropolis Wanori said that the exercise was aimed at increasing the adaptive capacity toward reducing the negative impact of flooding and erosion on the populace He said that poor attitude of people toward land usage which included drainage blockage poor layout and planning of settlement which could prevent free flow of water along water ways were among major causes of flooding in the state Wanori said that assorted trees which included moringa oleifera baobab mango eucalyptus guava cashew neem pawpaw and tamarind were planted in University of Maiduguri Bulumkutu Tsallake Dala Sandari Polo Ground and Umarari areas in the metropolis The commissioner however reiterated the determination of the government toward promoting safe healthy and conducive environment for the general populace NAN HMS ELLA GY Edited by Emmanuella Anokam Grace Yussuf
Borno govt. plants 11,500 trees to address erosion, deforestation

1 The Borno Government said it had planted about 11,500 trees to effectively address the problems of deforestation and erosion bedeviling the state capital.

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2 The Commisioner of Environment, Alhaji Kabor Wanori, disclosed this on Sunday while launching a tree planting exercise in Bulumkutu area in Maiduguri metropolis.

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3 Wanori said that the exercise was aimed at increasing the adaptive capacity toward reducing the negative impact of flooding and erosion on the populace.

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4 He said that poor attitude of people toward land usage which included drainage blockage, poor layout and planning of settlement which could prevent free flow of water along water ways were among major causes of flooding in the state.

5 Wanori said that assorted trees which included moringa oleifera, baobab, mango, eucalyptus, guava, cashew, neem, pawpaw and tamarind, were planted in University of Maiduguri, Bulumkutu Tsallake, Dala Sandari, Polo Ground and Umarari areas in the metropolis.

6 The commissioner however reiterated the determination of the government toward promoting safe, healthy and conducive environment for the general populace. (NAN)

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Edited by Emmanuella Anokam/Grace Yussuf

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