Hundreds of residents of Ibadan , Oyo state capital suffered losses following a torrential rain fall that flooded no fewer than 30 homes on Sunday.
Many residents , it was gathered on Sunday have started relocating from Ososami, Oke-Ado and Aresa areas of Ibadan, where the water level were reportedly high.
Some of the victims of the flood have been rendered homeless as they claimed they have no other means to secure new apartments .
Property worth several millions of naira went down in the raging flood streaming from the Ogunpa river which channels were visibly blocked by sewage.
The downpour which started around 4.30pm on Sunday lasted for about four hours , leaving many areas flooded.
A two storey building and a church ( Christ Apostolic Church) at Omigade street, Osasami , Ibadan in Ibadan South West Local Government were damaged as the rain pulled down a stretch of the buildings’ fence.
According to The Nation, many people were found outside with their properties, trying to dry clean some of the savaged properties such as foams , chairs, carpets and clothes among others.
Also on Monday, another flooding occurred in Ibadan following the heavy downpour. The areas affected are Oke-Ado, Liberty Road, Ososami and Oke-Ayo areas of Ibadan.