by Onize Ohikere
Posted 4/29/19, 10:27 am
A second cyclone in Mozambique killed at least 38 people, officials said Monday, as rising floodwaters left more than 160,000 people at risk. Cyclone Kenneth made landfall in the northeastern city of Pemba in Cabo Delgado province on Thursday with sustained winds of 136 mph. The United Nations said rainfall from the slow-moving cyclone could total more than 23.6 inches, nearly double the amount that flooded the port city of Beira during Cyclone Idai in mid-March.