The authorities of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo) have reactivated the evacuation in the city of Goma in the northeast of the country as a preventive measure against the volcanic threat posed by the Nyiragongo.
The country’s communications ministry announced on its Twitter account that “Goma is still threatened by repeated eruptions and earthquakes, according to scientists.”
For example, part of the city of Goma in North Kivu Province was evacuated after experts pointed out the presence of magmas in the urban area, as well as in part of Lake Kivu, as the military governor has elaborated on, Ndima, take Radio Okapi.
These circumstances have forced the government “as a preventive measure to activate a progressive evacuation plan for residents as soon as possible before the threat is completely eliminated,” the Portfolio reported.
It was also reported on Twitter that electricity was temporarily restored in Goma, while the line damaged after the volcanic eruption that linked Matebe and Goma was restored.
The latest Nyiragongo volcanic eruption, which occurred on Saturday, left more than thirty dead and also caused power outages that affect 60 percent of the city’s population. Due to material damage, there are also problems with the power supply of rivers of lava.