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Tinubu condoles with Libya as death toll rises to 6,000 in devastating flood


Tinubu condoles with Libya as death toll rises to 6,000 in devastating flood

President Bola Tinubu has offered his sincere condolences to Libya as the death toll in the devastating flood reaches 6,000. The North African country has been severely impacted by the destructive force of Storm Daniel and subsequent flooding, leaving thousands of lives lost and countless more missing.

Chief Ajuri Ngelale, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, confirms the President’s message of support and unity during these trying times.

According to reports, hospitals are overwhelmed with casualties, and morgues are at full capacity, highlighting the urgent need for support in treating survivors. The city, once home to over 100,000 residents, now lies in ruins, with rubble scattered throughout its streets.

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President Tinubu extends heartfelt condolences to the Libyan government and people. He empathizes with all the families who have lost loved ones in this monumental disaster and offers his wishes for a swift recovery to those who have been injured.

He emphasizes that the loss of lives, homes, livelihoods, and critical infrastructure is a shared grief that further strengthens the bond between both nations.

President Tinubu states, “Nigeria stands ready to provide all necessary support to assist the Libyan people in overcoming this distressing tragedy.”

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