At least 135 people died and one more is still missing following recent flooding and landslides in parts of Rwanda.
At least 20 national roads, 12 power stations and eight water treatment plants were also destroyed.
The government had previously said 131 people were killed, 94 others injured and roughly 9,000 displaced after disasters triggered by heavy rains hit Western, Northern and Southern provinces of Rwanda on May 2 and 3.
Rwanda urges nationals in Sudan to exercise caution amid armed conflict
Rwanda on late Friday alerted its nationals in Sudan to exercise caution and prioritize their safety amid the ongoing conflict in the country. The Rwanda Diplomatic Mission in Sudan urges all Rwandan nationals to report [Read More]