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NASRDA To Release Report Of Kaduna Tremor Tomorrow

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The National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) has disclosed that it will be presenting comprehensive report on the tremor that happened in Kaduna  to the general public through a media conference on Thursday 6th October, 2016 at the Agency’s Headquarters in Abuja.

In a statement, the  Head, Media and Corporate communications of the Agency, Dr Felix Ale has concluded investigations on the remote cause and causes of the recent tremor in Jaba local government area of the state.

Ale added that since the reported case of the tremor, the Space Agency has deployed a team of experts particularly from one of her centres of excellence, Centre for Geodesy and Geodynamics, to critically assess, observe and examine the situation in order to come out with a comprehensive analysis of the reoccurring events which has been a source of concern to both the Government and the entire Nigerians.

While promising to continue to bring its expertise and proficiency to bear in times like this for the comfort, security and overall benefits of Nigerians, the Space Agency assures the citizens of the affected communities of their safety saying no stone will be left unturned in getting to the root of the matter as the yet to be released comprehensive reports and analysis will go a long way in alleviating their anxiety and fear on the recent pathetic situation in the area.

The Agency appealed to the people of Jaba Local government area and environs to continue to remain calm and be rest assured that the Federal Government is particularly with them at this point in time and doing its best to address the situation through the intervention of relevant government Agencies.

It would be recalled that a preliminary report on the incident was earlier released three weeks ago by the Space Agency during which the Agency promised to make its comprehensive report and detailed analysis by its team of experts on the field available to both the government and the general public.

By Chika Mefor

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