Barely seven weeks after a devastating rain, fresh flood in Ogun State has caused even more havoc; dragging everything at sight including a trailer.

The residents thought the devastating rain which fell on July 8 in Abeokuta will not re-occur, but a similar endless downpour brought fresh apprehension in the state capital.

Ogun Flood

Apete, a community in Obantoko located in Abeokuta, has currently turned to a museum for passerby as vehicles are floating in flood waters after a heavy rain which lasted for more than four hours.

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Among the vehicles was a truck used in conveying granites for construction, a car and motorcycle.

The rain, which started around 10 am, began to cause apprehension after two hours as the water level began to rise.

Ogun Flood

Bounce News gathered that several people living around river banks at Lafenwa, Sokori, Ita Iyalode, Amolaso, Kuto and Gbangba have begun to pack their luggage to avert further danger.

But in Apete in Obantoko, the flood destroyed part of the road which paved way for the flood to move the vehicles and motorcycle into the River.

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