Dr Saleh Jili, who is the Executive Secretary to the agency in an interview with NAN in Kano state stated the affected LGAs, which includes; Rogo,Kano,Gezawa,Bebeji,Shanono, Wudil Kyra,Gaya and Gwarzo.
Others were Danbatta; Ungogo, Gwale, Warawa, Tarauani, Nasarawa, Dala, Kumbotso, Bagwai, Rimin Gado, and Kano Municipal among others.
He went further to say that the data which cut across the 44 LGAs of the state had been recorded as from June 10 October 2029.
The flood had 30,356 houses destroyed and 54 persons lost their lives with 81 persons injured.
According to him;
“The agency has recorded 2,177 fire outbreaks and 9,127 farmlands destroyed in the disaster.
“The displaced persons are taking shelter with their relatives in the affected communities.
“We’re at the affected areas to sympathise with the victims and distribute relief materials to alleviate their sufferings.”