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Quarters in Yaounde, buried under water after heavy downpour on Monday

Many parts of the Capital city, were filled with water at high levels after torrential rainfall on Monday. Its inhabitants who were going about their daily activities got hooked where ever they found themselves after the downpour. Those who wanted to keep moving, got themselves well wetted.


As revealed by info:net, Laure, a resident of that area, got blocked and did not know what to do. She even stopped a taxi which she hoped will take her home but unfortunately the cab driver did not intend to go her way due to the traffic congestion towards that direction.

This young lady decided to walk on foot. As she moved on, she bumped into a devastating situation, the entrance into a bakery was submerged under water.

As the case got worse, some people had to pay 200 FCFA for others to carry them on their backs across the water which covered some people right up to their waists.

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