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NiMet begins evaluation of Seasonal Climate Prediction

Yemisi Olusina

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has began the scientific evaluation of its 2022 Seasonal Climate Prediction,SCP.

According to the Team Coordinator of the annual exercise, Mr Haruna Zakari, the goal of the task team is to evaluate the predicted onset period, the Little Dry Season based on the areas affected as well as extreme weather events recorded within the period of evaluation as well as the areas affected.

He explained that at the end of the exercise, the team will be expected to submit a report of their findings to the DG adding that the objective of the report when completed, was to strengthen early warning and help in reviews and updates every month and project for the future.

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NiMet in 2022 presented the seasonal climate prediction to the general public on the 15th of February, 2022 at the NAF Conference Centre and unveiled by the Minister of Aviation Senator Hadi Sirika

Meanwhile, the Federal Ministry of Justice has commended the Nigerian Meteorological Agency’s compliance to the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act, 2011.

This was contained in one of the presentations made during a sensitization seminar on the Application of the FOI Act by Officials from the Ministry to NiMet.

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The event was held at the NiMet Headquarters, Abuja and had in attendance Management staff of NiMet as well as resource persons from the Federal Ministry of Justice

The Director General, NiMet, represented by the Director of Legal Services of the Agency, Ahmed Abdu, in his opening remarks reiterated that the Freedom of Information Act was enacted to develop the access to public records and information by the general public, by empowering the public to hold public institutions accountable.