Heavy rain downpour that happened this morning in Alade and Idanre in Idanre local government area of Ondo state has resulted in massive flooding which has destroyed properties worth hundreds of millions of Naira.
Reports revealed many people have been rendered homeless as a result of the flood.
One of the victims who is retired school teacher said the flood has destroyed all he has worked for in his entire life because the flood has demolished his only house and business center.
Sympertising with the victims, the member of Ondo state house of assembly representing Idanre constituency, Akingbaso Festus Olanrewaju described the impact of the flooding as an unfortunate one saying such heavy flooding has never been experienced in the area.
In a similar occurrence, about one hundred houses were submerged in Ado-Ekiti on Saturday as an early morning rainfall wreaked havoc along Afao road in the Ekiti state capital.
The rainfall destroyed properties estimated at over ten million naira as residents were seen struggling to drain water from their living rooms.
The Ado-Afao road was also flooded as residents struggled to assess the state capital from Afao and Igbemo Ekiti.
Residents appealed to the state government to come to their rescue as years of investment was wasted overnight.
However, in his reaction, the Chairman of Ekiti state emergency management authority, Olajide Buruji said the state government is working on creating a place for the displaced people to cushion the effect of the flooding,
Olajide revealed the victims will be moved out of the area for the flood to recede.