At least 91 people killed in Niger, floods caused by prolonged rains, said on Saturday night by the Associated Press, citing the statement of the Government.
According to the agency, the disaster spread to all parts of the country. More than 3 hectares of land were flooded and destroyed roads and bridges, rice fields, severely damaged infrastructure. In addition, the element has caused significant damage to food supplies, in particular, killing a large number of cattle.
In August, authorities reported 47 killed in the floods.
The rainy season in West Africa usually starts in June and lasts until the end of September.