In a statement made by the Nigerian Center for Disease Control (NCDC), it was stated that 201 cholera cases were recorded in 23 states of the country in the last month.

In the statement, it was stated that 2,860 cholera cases have been seen in the country since January, and the number of people who lost their lives due to the epidemic increased to 94.

Cholera, caused by the bacteria "Vibrio" and transmitted through food and water, causes diarrhea and dehydration in the body.

The disease can be fatal if left untreated.

In addition to the lack of clean water in Nigeria, the lack of effective medical intervention also increases the risk of disease and death.

Epidemics such as malaria, polio, typhoid and monkeypox virus are also common in the country.