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Rainstorm ravages Rivers

By Guardian Exclusive
14 May 2018   |   3:51 pm
Port Harcourt, Rivers State was ravaged by a rainstorm on Monday, May 7. The devastation wreaked havoc in Rumuola, Aba Road and GRA between 2:30 and 3 pm. The powerful storm tore off roofs of buildings, knocked down trees and damaged some buildings.

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