Many indigenes of Eluama Amaiyi Nvosi in Isiala Ngwa South Local Government Area of Abia State have been rendered homeless as a whirlwind that accompanied a heavy downpour blew off the roof of their houses.
Also affected is the Ehi-na-Uguru autonomous community Primary school which had its roof and parts of the school’s classroom blocks tore apart by the wind.
It was gathered that pupils and staff of the school were forced to go back to their homes after discovering the damage done on their school buildings by the wind.
Sources from the community disclosed that the community may be indefinitely thrown into darkness and electricity poles in the village were severely affected.
They added that some church buildings were brought down during the heavy downpour that lasted for hours.
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They appealed to the local and state governments to come to their aid, insisting that they have nowhere to run to as most of them were peasant farmers who have spent almost their entire life in the village.