A fire ravaged through Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu burning down 19 houses, leaving 74 people homeless and killed a two and a half year old boy on Sunday, October 18, 2015. The fire started when a young girl of 15 years was cooking on a brick mould stove around 11 hours in the morning.Details of how the fire spread are not clear.

Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu burnt to ashes
Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu burnt to ashes
A family mourns as they look at the remains of their burnt house in Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu after the whole village was burnt to ashes.
A family mourns as they look at the remains of their burnt house in Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu after the whole village was burnt to ashes.
A family going through the remains of their burnt house in Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu after the whole village had been burnt to ashes.
A family going through the remains of their burnt house in Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu after the whole village had been burnt to ashes.
Mwendabai Lutopu going through the remains of his burnt house in Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu after the whole village had been burnt to ashes.
Mwendabai Lutopu going through the remains of his burnt house in Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu after the whole village had been burnt to ashes.
The make-shift shelter that the villagers are lining in .Government through the Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) will provide support to these victims.
The make-shift shelter that the villagers are lining in .Government through the Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) will provide support to these victims.
 Victims of Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu going to be addressed by Government after their entire village was burnt to ashes on Sunday, October 18, 2015.
Victims of Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu going to be addressed by Government after their entire village was burnt to ashes on Sunday, October 18, 2015.
 Victims of Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu wait to be addressed by Government whose entire village was burnt to ashes on Sunday, October 18, 2015.
Victims of Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu wait to be addressed by Government whose entire village was burnt to ashes on Sunday, October 18, 2015.
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona addressing victims of Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu whose entire village was burnt to ashes onSunday, October 18, 2015. Government through the Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) will provide support to these victims.
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona addressing victims of Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu whose entire village was burnt to ashes onSunday, October 18, 2015. Government through the Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) will provide support to these victims.
 Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (l) gives food to children of victims of Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu whose entire village was burnt to ashes on Sunday, October 18, 2015.
Mongu District Commissioner Susiku Kamona (l) gives food to children of victims of Imuba Village of Katongo Lower area in Mongu whose entire village was burnt to ashes on Sunday, October 18, 2015.
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10 COMMENTS

  1. Let us not politicize this. Where is the rich Milupi to build these Mongu family members of ours, energy efficient homes? I deliberately stated that, ’cause we all know none of those crooks will do any of this.

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  2. Why are Lozi establishments burning down? First it was Kozo lodge now this? I suppose it was a tribal attack also.

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  3. Zambian villagers should learn something from Malawi villagers. There are no villages in Malawi now which are grass thatched.

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  4. Sad development, hope these people are assisted fully. The pictures show the structures in some of our villages who one blogger has refused them being called houses. This is a fact of the state of affairs in our peaceful and rich country, sad.

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  5. The Litunga looks rich enough to provide for these poor families. It is time to show that you care for your people Sir, do something now!

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