'Catastrophic' Hurricane Ian blasts Florida
Monster Hurricane Ian walloped Florida on Wednesday, pounding the southern US state's coast with extreme wind and rain, and causing
"catastrophic" flooding from destructive storm surges.FG makes U-turn, withdraws order to reopen varsities “It is also disturbing that these same people forget that they appoint members of Governing Councils for these institutions.Share on Telegram The White House on Saturday blasted a court ruling in Arizona that imposes a near-complete ban on abortions in the southwestern US state as "catastrophic, dangerous and unacceptable.On Friday, a judge in Arizona’s Pima County had ruled that the stricter ban — first imposed in 1864, before Arizona was a state — must be enforced.
A car drives on US Road 17 ahead of Hurricane Ian, in Punta Gorda, Florida on September 28, 2022.– Ian intensified to just shy of catastrophic Category 5 strength Wednesday as its heavy winds began pummelling Florida, with forecasters warning of life-threatening storm surges after leaving millions without power in Cuba.“As much as we know, fees are now being paid to the purse of the Federal Government through Remita.(Photo by Ricardo ARDUENGO / AFP) Monster Hurricane Ian walloped Florida on Wednesday, pounding the southern US state’s coast with extreme wind and rain, and causing “catastrophic” flooding from destructive storm surges.“If this decision stands, health care providers would face imprisonment of up to five years for fulfilling their duty of care; survivors of rape and incest would be forced to bear the children of their assaulters; and women with medical conditions would face dire health risks,” spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre said in a statement.Dramatic TV footage showed churning water submerging roads and sweeping away vehicles as the hurricane edged close to landfall near Fort Myers and Port Charlotte.Unfortunately, revenue leakages are still rampant in several ministries thereby defeating the purpose of the TSA.Ian, an “extremely dangerous” Category 4 storm, was destined to affect several million people across Florida and in the southeastern states Georgia and South Carolina.”.
Wind blows palm trees ahead of Hurricane Ian in Charlotte Harbor, Florida, on September 28, 2022.Unfortunately, successive government in the country has failed to invest in the educational sector.“No archaic law should dictate our reproductive freedom.– Ian intensified to just shy of catastrophic Category 5 strength Wednesday as its heavy winds began pummelling Florida, with forecasters warning of life-threatening storm surges after leaving millions without power in Cuba.(Photo by Ricardo ARDUENGO / AFP) The storm was already “causing catastrophic storm surge, winds and flooding in the Florida peninsula,” the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) said in its latest advisory.This now leaves us to ask if the essence of institutions of learning is profit-making or impacting knowledge.As hurricane conditions spread, forecasters warned of a looming once-in-a-generation calamity.Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, a Republican who had asked the court to rule on the legality of that injunction, welcomed the Pima County ruling.Ian could already have had deadly consequences off the coast as US Border Patrol said 23 migrants were missing after their boat sank.It is also on record that the Federal Government brought forward same recommendation to ASUU in 2020.
Four Cubans who survived swam to shore in the Florida Keys.The NHC said Ian was bringing sustained winds of 155 miles (250 kilometers) per hour, just two mph shy of Category 5 intensity — the strongest on the Saffir-Simpson scale.And, this is the reason the government has been recalcitrant in resolving ASUU strikes.Planned Parenthood had argued before Johnson that a number of abortion-related laws passed in Arizona since 1973 effectively created a right to abortion, but the judge disagreed.Some 2.5 million people were under mandatory evacuation orders in a dozen coastal Florida counties, with several dozen shelters set up, and voluntary evacuation recommended in others.They would rather prefer we remain slaves to their kids who now enjoy oversea education than to invest in the country’s educational sector.Wind and rain pick up in the Ybor City neighborhood ahead of Hurricane Ian making landfall on September 28, 2022 in Tampa, Florida.In Washington, a prominent Republican senator, Lindsey Graham, has introduced a bill that would ban abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy in all 50 US states.
– Ian intensified to just shy of catastrophic Category 5 strength Wednesday as its heavy winds began pummelling Florida, with forecasters warning of life-threatening storm surges after leaving millions without power in Cuba.“However, as an association, we insist that education must be free at all levels, functional, and we call on the Federal Government to invest massively in public education.(Photo by Bryan R.Smith / AFP) For those who decided to ride out the storm, authorities were stressing it was too late to flee and that residents should hunker down and stay indoors.Even in advanced countries where their institutions are self-dependent with huge endowment fund, the government still does follow-up by budgeting heavily for the institutions.In this article.– ‘ Major impacts ‘ – Airports in Tampa and Orlando stopped all commercial flights, and some quarter million households were already without power.But that was a “drop in the bucket” compared with the outages expected over the next 48 hours, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said.What we can make out of the embarrassing statement of the Senator is that the Senate Committee on Finance is indirectly saying that Public Universities should be privatised.
“This is going to be a nasty, nasty day, two days,” he added.“Clearly this is a very powerful major hurricane that’s going to have major impacts.” Tags:.” With conditions rapidly deteriorating, some thrill-seekers nevertheless were seen walking in the mud flats of Tampa Bay and further south at Port Charlotte’s Charlotte Harbor, ahead of Ian’s arrival.With up to two feet (61 centimeters) of rain expected to fall on parts of the so-called Sunshine State, and a storm surge that could reach devastating levels of 12 to 18 feet (3.6 to 5.
5 meters) above ground, authorities were warning of dire emergency conditions.“This is a life-threatening situation,” the NHC warned.The storm was set to move across central Florida before emerging in the Atlantic Ocean by late Thursday.– Widespread blackout – Ian a day earlier had plunged all of Cuba into darkness after battering the country’s west as a Category 3 storm and downing the island’s power network.Only a few people with gasoline-powered generators had electricity on the island of more than 11 million people.
“Desolation and destruction.These are terrifying hours.Nothing is left here,” a 70-year-old resident of the western city of Pinar del Rio was quoted as saying in a social media post by his journalist son, Lazaro Manuel Alonso.At least two people died in Pinar del Rio province, Cuban state media reported.– Rescue operation ready – In the United States, the Pentagon said 3,200 national guardsmen had been called up in Florida, with another 1,800 on the way.
DeSantis said state and federal responders were assigning thousands of personnel to address the storm response, noting there were 250 aircraft, 300 boats and 1,600 high-water vehicles on hand for rescues and other critical operations.“There will be thousands of Floridians who will need help rebuilding,” he said.National Weather Service director Ken Graham echoed concerns about what lay ahead, expressing certainty Ian will leave a trail of destruction.“This is going to be a storm we talk about for many years to come,” he said.“It’s a historic event.
” As climate change warms the ocean’s surface, the number of powerful tropical storms, or cyclones, with stronger winds and more precipitation is likely to increase.The total number of cyclones, however, may not.According to Gary Lackmann, a professor of atmospheric science at North Carolina State University, studies have also detected a “potential link” between climate change and rapid intensification — when a relatively weak tropical storm surges to a Category 3 hurricane or higher in a 24-hour period, as happened with Ian.“There remains a consensus that there will be fewer storms, but that the strongest will get stronger,” Lackmann told AFP.In this article.
NANS blasts senator over education funding commentThe National Association of Nigerian Students, South-West Zone D, has knocked a Nigerian Senator, Solomon Adeola, for asking the Nigerian government to stop funding government-owned universities. They don't represent the Nigerian students. Our NASS don't care because their children are not around to school in our own govt universities some of this institutions are IVY League would have been top ranking in the world if govt had funded them well enough this year's.
White House blasts 'catastrophic' Arizona abortion ban ruling | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsThe White House on Saturday blasted a court ruling in Arizona that imposes a near-complete ban on abortions in the southwestern US state as 'catastrophic, dangerous and unacceptable.'
White House blasts 'catastrophic' Arizona abortion ban rulingThe White House on Saturday blasted a court ruling in Arizona that imposes a near-complete ban on abortions in the southwestern US state as “catastrophic, dangerous and unacceptable.”
Hurricane Fiona hits Canada after brushing Bermuda | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsHurricane Fiona made landfall in eastern Canada's Nova Scotia on Saturday, the US National Hurricane Center said, with maximum winds of 90 miles (144 kilometers) per hour and heavy rainfall. If i where to be other Presidential candidates.... I will respect the People choice and hand over everything to the said People choice -- PETER OBI ..... 🕴 Did Y'all see whats happening every where in that country Called Nigeria today the 24th Day Of September 2022 .... 😶