While some residents in Bayelsa state are lamenting over the havoc wrecked the surging floods in their communities, some are taking advantage of the situation to make money. Recently, some villagers in a riverine community in Bayelsa state, caught these big and massive fishes after their community was over flooded.
The villagers who were over joyous – posed with the big catch, with plans to sell them.
Meanwhile, some affected residents along the Epie Creek in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, have bemoaned their loss and the discomfort caused them by floods that submerged their houses.
Ity was scooped that that the impact of flooding caused by the overflow of the waters from Taylor Creek, tributaries of Orashi and Niger rivers, dealt a devastating blow to the residents.
It was also gathered that the water levels rose beyond tolerable limits and thereby wreaked havoc on houses, the environment and properties of some residents.
Due to the development, some residents were said to have temporarily relocated from their homes to seek refuge in other places.