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Heavy Rains Destroy Teboke Primary School

Richard Owani, the school headteacher says that pupils in P3, P.4 and P.5 have been sent back home because the rains have greatly damaged the school's buildings.
A plantation of Sunflower that was also destroyed by the similar heavy downpour on Wednesday in Apala Sub County Alebtong District

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Heavy rains have destroyed Teboke Primary School in Chegere Sub County, Apac District.

The rains that started on Wednesday swept away the roof of three classes, the library and store.

Richard Owani, the school headteacher says that 270 pupils in P3, P.4 and P.5 have been sent back home because the rains have greatly damaged the school's buildings.

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The rains also washed away many gardens of maize, simsim, cassava and sweet potatoes.   Harriet Akello, a resident of Teboke trading centre says that about two acres of her simsim has been destroyed by the heavy downpour.

David Odora, the area district councillor says that the heavy rains devastated about 14 villages in Chegere Sub County.

Some of the affected villages include Abolo A and B, Adyang A and B, Angur, Akaidebe, Okarowok, Adula A and B, Adwongmon A and B, all in Teboke parish.  

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