A la découverte de Tsembéhou

"Tsembéhou est  une ville moderne avec ses maisons en dure, ses lignes électriques et téléphoniques, les antennes paraboliques et de télévision. Mais c’est aussi une ville à la saveur ancienne avec ses maisons en paille ou en tôle, ses ruelles qui serpentent les différents quartiers ne respectant aucune règle de lotissement."

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La route de Tsembéhou en images

Notre collègue Simédou nous a fait parvenir une partie de photos souvenirs, contenues dans ses archives. Et c’est avec beaucoup de plaisir que nous présentons ces merveilles à nos internautes pour qu’ils aient une idée de l’état de la route Tsembéhou-Chandra –Drindri en construction. Les travaux de réhabilitation de cette route évoluent harmonieusement bien à la grande satisfaction de la population de la région de la Cuvette. D’autres photos seront publiées prochainement ! Merci Simédou!!!!

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The burning of the Banga in Kaweni believed to be criminal

Three boys burned their comrades

Ms. Anfia Ali, the sister of one of the four victims, accused a band of three boys Monday, on Mayotte 1st Radio, to be behind the fire that burned the Banga yesterday and caused 4 deaths. The band of three allegedly threatened to burn others alive in revenge. It worth mentioning that the seven teenagers were living together in that Banga. To decorate it, they had decided to contribute to buy a piece of cloth. The 3 boys, who did not contribute, were excluded from the group and were seeking revenge. The fire broke out around 6 am, said Anfia. The damage was considerable because the door of the Banga was locked from the outside and the fire was started using petrol.

According to Ms. Anfia, one of the boys had shaved his hair, disguised himself and tried to flee to Anjouan.

The parents of the three boys suspected of having set the fire were heard Monday morning by the police of Mayotte.

 

Tsembehou is mourning: Death toll revised to 4

The Kaweni fire death toll has been revised to 4

Clarifications coming from Mayotte revised the death toll to 4 (and not the 5 previously reported) during the fire that took place Sunday, May 22, at about 4 am in a Banga in Kaweni. All four victims are from Tsembehou. After verification, there were no casualties originating from Chandra, contrary to what we announced this morning.
For now, the 4 bodies are kept in the hospital’s morgue in Mamoudzou. The owner of the property where the Banga was constructed is convened to the police on Monday morning for the needs of the investigations to determine what caused the sinister. Acording to some testimony, the Banga was illuminated nor in electricity, nor candle, nor oil lamp. In the night from Saturday to Sunday, the occupants had used a charged lamp to illuminate the Banga.
The tsembehouan community of Mayotte, which organized on Saturday evening, a dance of Tari in the occasion of a marriage celebration of two of their children is in shock. Nobody imagined that they would wake up the next morning with such sad news. The wave of that shock was heavily endured in Tsembehou where payers were delivered so that the circumstances of this sinister come to light quickly.

Grave accident de la circulation

Un bus avec à son bord 25 passagers, parti de Dindri à destination de Mutsamudu, s’est accidenté, entre Ouani et Mirontsy, dans les environs des Hydrocarbures. Le chauffeur M. Abdillah, ayant constaté que les freins ne répondaient plus dirigea le véhicule tout droit sur le manguier. Il n’a pas voulu prendre le risque de traverser le pont de la Guinguette et continuer la course folle vers une destination dont il ignorait les conséquences.

Les dégâts sont nombreux : Une demi-douzaine de blessés dont deux grièvement et des dégâts matériels importants. C’est surtout le chauffeur qui a pris un dur coup sur les deux jambes. Les cinq tsembéhouins qui se trouvaient à bord sont sortis avec des blessures plus ou moins légères. Tinfo souhaite à tous les blessés un prompt et efficace rétablissement.

 

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