7 February 2013

Angola: Rain Leaves More Than 40 Families Homeless

Luau — Forty five families are homeless in the municipality of Luau, eastern Moxico Province, due to the rains befalling the region, announced Thursday the assistant administrator of the municipality, Nora Mahongo Isaac.

Speaking to ANGOP about the situation of victims in Luau, Nora Mahongo Isaac, who is also coordinator of the Municipal Civil Protection Commission, said most families are sleeping in the open and others were accommodated by their relatives.

He said the Provincial Civil Protection Commission has in its possession the data to support these families who mostly lived in shacks built with local materials and bricks and so far a response is awaited from the competent authorities.

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