At least 14 people, according to Cameroonian authorities, have died in a landslide in the nation’s capital, Yaoundé.
Naseri Paul Bea, the regional governor, said those who perished had been at a funeral.
On Sunday night, rescue personnel was still looking for dead and survivors.
The earth beneath several families of mourning who had congregated under enormous tents on waste ground at the top of a hill reportedly fell away, according to the locals.
This year’s weather-related catastrophe in Cameroon is the most recent.
According to reporters, this year’s terrible floods in Cameroon were caused by repeated severe downpours, undermining the country’s infrastructure and displacing thousands of people.