The National Observatory for Climate Change, NOCC has issued fresh warnings of imminent disasters as a result of torrential rains in the days ahead.
The warning is contained in a ten day bulletin released by the body recently.
In the next ten days, the bulletin indicates that throughout the national territory particularly in the Sudano-Sahelian, the Guinean High Savannah, the Rain Forest, the Highlands and the Coastal zones, will be characterised by the action of the moisture bering moon zone from the South Atlantic Ocean.
According to the weather forecast, there are high risks of landslides and floods due to heavy rains in the Centre, North West, and the North regions.
The observations also reveal of an increase in the number of episodic diseases due to humid and cool weather conditions in the Adamawa, West, North West, South West, North and Far North regions as well as some areas of the southern parts of Cameroon.
Due to the anticipated floods and contaminated runoffs, the NOCC indicated a possible increase in cholera cases across many localities and towns in the Sudano-Sahelian and rainforest zones.
The body equally warned about the high risk of disruption of power supply due to destruction of electricity production and distribution equipment resulting from the torrential rains which will accompanied by strong winds and lightening in most parts of the country.
The NOCC has recommended all to proceed with agricultural activities in the different agro-ecological zones of the country taking into consideration measures prescribed in the bulletin, to raise public awareness with strict respect of hygiene guidelines so as to avoid episodic diseases and raise the level of surveillance among the population in case of floods.
The latest warning follows previous alerts the organisation had issued.
In past weeks, different part of the country have been struck with disasters like landslide and flooding in Douala, Nguti, Maroua, Yaounde as well as other towns and villages.