Northern and central Nigeria:
Kaduna State - Nasarawa and Mado districts of Kaduna City. Other
Districts: Barnawa, Sabon Tasha, Tudun Wada, Kigo, Angwam Rimi,
Angwan Dosa, Soban Kawo, Barkin Ruwa, Malali, Kabala Costain, Dirkaniya.
Kano State - Kabo and Makoda local government areas.
Niger State - Borgu, Kede, Mokwa, Azza, Katcha, Baro, Shiroro, Wushishi,
Age, Lakpma, Gbako and Edati. 100 villages downstream of Shiriro
Jigawa State - local government areas: Taura, Ringim, Yakasawa,
Dabi, Marawa, Zangon Karara, Gabarun, Gagarawa, Birnin Kudu and
Niger, Kaduna - Kaduna, Niger
Jigawa - Hadejia and Jamaare
Kaduna - Heavy rain for an extended period of time causes Kaduna
river to burst banks. At least 30,000 houses destroyed. Floodwaters
begin subsiding on September 9.
Kano - 8 killed and 2,215 displaced in 13 local government districts.
Millions of dollars of property damaged.
September 13-15 - Shiriro hydroelectric dam opened to release floodwaters
from Kaduna river, inudating 100 villages in Niger State.
Jigawa - 900 farms in 8 villages washed away after dam release from
Tiga and Chalawa dams on Hadejia and Jamaare rivers.
MODIS observation of flooding on Hadejia and Jamaare rivers in Kano
and Bauchi on September 7, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25, 28, 30. Floods have
decreased on the Jamaare river by September 28 and they almost gone
by October 4. Flooding continues on the Hadejia river on October
4, 7 Observation of high levels on Lower Kaduna river on September
21, and high levels on Niger river around the Kaduna confluence
on October 3, 5, 7.