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which lasted over four hours, is also said to have destroyed an Arabic school
and a Primary health post in the
Although no casualty has been reported, our sources indicate that the extent of the incident is such that the poor affected farmers would have to concentrate on rebuilding their houses, rather than go to the farms.
According to our provincial correspondent, some of the affected families are currently being sheltered at the villages' cereal bank buildings while others are being accommodated by their neighbours.
The incident, which has been described by many as the most destructive so far, is also reported to have not only destroyed houses but also cereals and other food stuff, as well as valuable materials.
It could be
recalled that heavy rains accompanied by strong winds recently destroyed
several houses in the
Recent reports gathered by our reporter also revealed that a similar incident happened in the villages of Japineh, Karantaba, and Jarra Soma in the Lower River Region.