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Follow ➡️ @cnnclimate ➡️ Residents of Nigeria are used to the yearly floods that engulf Lagos, a low-lying city on Nigeria’s Atlantic coast, during the months of March to November. In mid-July, however, the major business district of Lagos Island experienced one of its worst floods in recent years. Home to more than 24 million people, Africa’s most populous city may become uninhabitable by the end of this century as sea levels rise due to climate change, scientific projections suggest. Tap the link in our bio to learn more.⁠

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  1. OH NO! CLIMATE CHANGE CRISIS! WE SHOULD GIVE ALL OUR MONEY AND MOST OF OUR FREEDOM TO THE DEMOCRAT PARTY! THEY ALWAYS KNOW WHAT TO DO AND HOW TO DO IT EFFICIENTLY AND WITHOUT CONFUSION!

  2. Woooooo it have end for all of us o, all of you that will be shouting “I live in Lekki” they say water will perish you o 😂 ti yin ta

  3. Sensationalism, your head quarters in New york is 10m above sea level, Lagos is 41m above sea level. You will be under water first.

  4. So let me ask you something. The ancient civilizations that are under water. Was that caused by climate change as well?

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