Thousands of sesame residents began returning home after fleeing a major city in North Kivu last month after the eruption of nearby Nyiragongo volcano, killing dozens of people. Nicolas Jaar and Justin Kabumba of FRANCE 24 report from the northeastern city of salmon, where many refugees are evacuated.
After 400,000 city residents have been forced to evacuate, there is a constant stream of people returning to Goma’s home on government chartered buses. Run away from life Last month as lava from Nyiragongo Volcano According to official statistics, the road was cut and at least 32 people were killed. Authorities say there is no reason for people to be afraid to return home, with an estimated 160,000 people already home.
“No problem with sesame seeds. GVO (Goma Volcano Observatory) Has completed the investigation of cracks and lava flows. There is no direct danger to sesame seeds, “said Joseph McCund, Governor of the Civil Protection Agency.
But returns are not as easy as it sounds. Lava has damaged much of the city’s water and power networks, and returnees are facing both food and water shortages. Several cases of cholera have also been reported.
“We have suffered. Not living in your home is a kind of suffering in itself. We no longer work a small business. Return to sesame, but where to go, what I really don’t know if I’ll do it, “said Alliance Mahesh, a sesame resident.
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Thousands of inhabitants return to sesame, which was hit by a volcano
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