"The population of North-Cameroon, Central Africa, is in danger! For nearly two weeks, heavy rains have been destroying their homes and crops. To date, more than 15 people are reported dead.Nefta Laoda, a resident from the Far-North region explains:…"
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Hi dear all!
I'm called Irene. I'm from Cameroon, Central Africa. I'm a graduated from the Advanced School of Mass Communication. Presently I live in Yaoundé the capital city. But my native land is North-Cameroon. You must have heard about floods in Cameroon these days. My home town is directly concerned by this unhappy incident. In fact, my home town is a place where people always withness water scarecety. It rains just 3 months per year, the rest of time, the whole place is dry. But every year, at the eve of the rainy season, the local population is sad, instead of being happy. This is because when the rains start, it destroy our houses and crops. As journalits we decry this situation because government fails to envisage long lasting solution. Water is essential for life, but when it destroys lifes, it becomes desastreous.