Spokesperson for the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) South west zone, Ibrahim Farinloye says the agency has taken a paradigm shift from reactive to proactive measures in disaster management. 
The spokesperson who gave an update on the collapsed  building  on  3 Massey Street in Lagos Island said it has become imperative for the three tiers of government, communities, NGOs and stakeholders to report disaster risks in their communities to reduce incidents of casualties. 
Also the National Emergency Management Agency NEMA is addressing cases of food diversion through  a door to door distribution of relief materials to displaced persons  in camps across Adamawa State.
This is in compliance with the directive of the presidency to the agency.