As temperature rises across the country, the National orientation agency is distributing a memo from the Nigerian Metrological Agency (NIMET), warning Nigerians of more hot days and warm nights, and giving tips to cope with the climatic situation.
Nigerians are advised to stay indoors between 12.00noon and 3.00pm, eat fruits, drink a lot of water, and avoid alcohol and caffeinated drinks. See the memo below:
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