As the hot season set in, Nigerian medical doctors, climatologists and environmental experts across the country  have embarked on sensitizing the public on  heat related diseases and advising the general public on various ways  to prevent themselves against all form of diseases related to Malaria fever, Colera, meningitis,chickpox, etc during the season
The medical Doctor of Kagoro Shehaan Medical clinic ,Dr Abubakar Usman Yalwa made the call during an interview with our Kaduna correspondent as the hot season  commences.
He said that as the environment warms-up ,temperatures rises ,cloud is changing ,so also  the body tends to warm-up as well. The body's internal "thermostat" maintains a constant inner body temperature by pumping more blood to the skin and by increasing sweat production adding that  the body increases the rate of heat loss to balance the heat burden. In a very hot environment, the rate of "heat gain" is more than the rate of "heat loss" and the body temperature begins to rise. A rise in the body temperature results in heat illnesses.
He says "During a season like this , we usually receive many reports of an outbreak  of diseases and  disaster, because almost all the diseases  round the world like hot season,because it enables them to spread within a short period of time.
He said this is the season where diseases do usually multiply in large number  in every minute due to the nature of the season , hence the need to rise up and fight them together,
 Abubakar pointed out that fear of outbreak of deadly diseases associated with heat related illness most especially on hot season like this, makes Nigerian doctors climatologists and environmental experts to equally begin campaign and raise awareness to the general public against diseases that usually claim lives of many Nigerians on a season like this .
“Hot season is the best season for  most diseases like malaria fever,chicken pox and miningetis ,and it is the season where other notorious flies are disturbing human lives and his plant,and this is the season were many hidden sickness do usually emerges as a result of the heat temperature”
He warns  that all humanitarian organizations like NEMA,SEMA,RED CROSS and other organizations associated with environmental sanitation ,ministry of health,Civil societies organization ,state and federal government must also rise up and begin to create awareness  on the dangers of sleeping in a room without ventilation,stressing that it is dangerous to sleep in a room without cross ventilation.
According to him,there is the need by all stake holders to team up and support the government in the daily fight against all forms of heat related diseases associated with hot season,in other to save childrens 
Also in his own comment, a medical and environmental expert from School of Health Science Makarfi Kaduna State Comrade  Nuruddeen Bello says, "As climate change continues to have a negative impact on African,so as also  the region may likely have high-risk transmission of malaria and other emergency diseases which may affect human and his environment including the aquatic animals
He said, The devastating effects of climate change are already here with us in Nigeria,
According to him , Nigerian should used the following  in reducing  the hot temperature  through the following, as setting up fans in living areas and bedrooms. check that air-conditioning units work efficiently. Ensure they’re not still on heat mode after winter and that the thermostat has been reset. Also, make sure that the cool function is clearly marked on the remote control."
He concluded by drawing the attention of parents to make sure that their children are sleeping in mosquito net, while calling on pupils to always open their windows for fresh air
Meanwhile African climate reporters have released a press statement urging Nigerians and African countries to educate rural dwellers on the importance of cleaning the environment, while urging citizens to be drinking plenty water during the hot season,
The organization then appealed to parents ,guardians, schools teachers to always reduce large number of students (decongestion) in a room or class, in other to avert the outbreak of infectious diseases during the season
While calling on religious leaders ,Temples masters to be educating their followers on the importance of keeping the environment clean, because according to the organization “cleanliness is next to Godliness”