Malawians count cost of 4 hour ‘rains of terror’

Malawians are still counting the cost of damages caused by heavy downpour in Lilongwe and surrounding areas Tuesday night.

Destruction of shelters in Malawi from heavy rains

The rains fell for four hours causing houses and other buildings to collapse.

Most of the roads have been damaged too with trees falling as the heavy down pour caused electricity in most areas.

However,  there have been no reports of fatalities although some property have been damaged.

The Department of Weather and Climate Change have warned of heavy rains and unpredictable weather pattern in the coming days.

Minister of Civic Education Patricia Kaliati has warned of swelling rivers and streams.

She said parents and teachers should ensure that children and learners are safe.

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3 thoughts on “Malawians count cost of 4 hour ‘rains of terror’”

  1. AKALINDULA says:

    good rains so far, but it seems nobody is encouraging our farmers. our priorities as a nation are upside down going by events unfolding in nyasaland.

  2. Naphiri says:

    Patricia kumangolowelela chili chonse hedeeeee civic education imeneyo mwaonjeza

  3. Prof. Malawimotobuuu!! says:

    In what capacity is Kaliati warning people of swelling rivers? From the knowledge of cashgate? haha

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