Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency(NIHSA) has issued an alert warning Nigerians of imminent increased flooding, in September.
This was disclosed by the director-general NIHSA, Clement Nze, on Wednesday during a press briefing in Abuja.
The agency also accused state governments of failing to heed its previous warnings on floods released earlier this year.
It, however, urged state governments to pull down structures built on flood plains.
NIHSA is the agency responsible for issuing flood alerts in Nigeria.
The alert issued by NIHSA comes a day after the management of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) issued a notice for students to vacate the campus after a flood disaster killed four students on campus.