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Torrential rains destroy property in Samfya

Rural News Torrential rains destroy property in Samfya

Torrential rains have continued to wreck havoc in Samfya district, leaving a trail of destruction on health, education and church infrastructure.

Mushili health centre collapsed last Friday night following a heavy down pour.

District health director, Thomas Tembo, confirmed the disaster to ZANIS in Samfya
yesterday.

The rains also destroyed Chisale basic school in the Bangweulu swamps a situation
that left pupils to learn under trees.

District Education District secretary, Bartholomew Tembo, confirmed the collapse of
the school.

At Itala Island in the same area, a church building belonging to Christian Mission
in Main Lands (CMML) Church also collapsed.

Lunga ward councilor Esther Mwelwa confirmed the collapse of the CMML church.

Ms. Mwelwa said three families have also been left homeless after their houses
collapsed.

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