No fewer than 74 houses were heavily affected by the flood that ravaged Trademore Estate, one of the largest privately-owned estates in Abuja.

The flood, caused by a heavy downpour which started late Sunday, was confirmed to PREMIUM TIMES by residents as the worst disaster that has ever happened in the estate in over nine years.

Already, three persons have been confirmed dead while search for more bodies is ongoing..

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Aside from the destroyed buildings and cars worth millions of naira, a number of shops and businesses along the Phase 3 areas of the estate recorded huge losses that are beyond redemption..

Here are some images of the sad incident.

Chairman of Trademore Residents’ Association, Mr Osinaike (in native dress) talking to officials from Development Control
Residents clearing mud from apartment
House marked for demolition after the 2020 similar flood incident
Prognosis Pharmacy is one of the businesses affected by the flood.
One of the bridges in the estate overseeing the waterways
TRADEMORE ESTATE: Another house defaced by the flood impact.
Residents clearing mud from apartment
Trademore estate police post
Residents clearing mud from apartment
The gory sight of one of the houses, cars destroyed by the flood
Estate road unearth by the flood impact
Residents clearing mud from apartment


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