The majority of the ravaged land was from the Kimonyi sector, while Nyange sector saw the most houses destroyed in the district, with more than 190 homes affected.
Infrastructure damage was also significant, with schools and roads among the destroyed structures. Farmers in the area suffered significant losses, with erosion also washing away part of their land. Gaudance Mukasano, the executive secretary of Kimonyi sector, explained that the marshland had been flooded before due to the overflow of a water drainage channel from Busogo sector.
Mukasano estimated that it would take Rwf2 billion to address the issue and divert the water course into River Mukungwa. Musanze District officials reported that 16.7 hectares of land planted with irish potatoes, beans, and maize were destroyed, while 228 houses and 80 kitchens lost their iron sheets due to the hailstorm. Additionally, the roofs of six classrooms and the road from INES to Kinigi sector were also destroyed.