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Mon, 29 Jan 2018 17:36 - Updated Mon, 29 Jan 2018 17:36

Heavy rain kills 1 person, leaves 18 people homeless in Cuando Cubango

Menongue - A lightning has killed a 48-year-old citizen and made 18 people homeless as a result of the destruction of three houses in the municipality of Menongue, southern Cuando Cubango province.

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Porta-voz do Comando Provincial dos Bombeiros, Júlio Muliata

Photo: CEDIDA

Rain causes damages

Photo: Cortesia do SPCB

This information was released Monday by the spokesman of the Civil Protection and Fire Service Command in that province, Júlio Muliata, who reported that the rains occurred on the 24, 25 and 26 January.

According to the spokesman, the lightning occurred in Comboio ward, which killed a citizen by the name of Jose Avelino and the total destruction of three homes in Missombo commune, 18 kilometers from the town of Menongue.

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