Heavy rainfall on Monday night led to floods in the Democratic Republic of Congo capital, Kinshasa, that destroyed many homes and cut off one of the main roads to the the city.
The damage left a third of the city with no water and electricity, according to authorities.
The authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo say more than 120 people have been killed in the worst floods in years in the capital, Kinshasa.
Most of the dead were in hillside areas which suffered landslides in torrential rain.
Kinshasa has about 15 million inhabitants and is one of the most densely populated capitals in Africa.
Prime Minister Sama Lukonde visited the affected neighbourhoods on Tuesday together with the city’s Governor Gentiny Ngobila.
The governor said the provincial government will pay all the funeral expenses for the deceased.