KANO, Nigeria, Sept 8 (AFP) - At
least 100,000 people have been displaced by flooding in Kaduna State, northern
Nigeria, the state governor's spokesman Murtala Surajo told AFP on Monday.
Farmland, houses and property were destroyed
when heavy rain on Saturday caused Kaduna River to burst its banks, he
"It is too early to estimate the
extent of damage. But it won't be out of place to say at least 100,000
people are now homeless," he said.
He said districts like Barnawa, Sabon
Tasha, Tundu Wada and Kigo were most affected, adding that the government