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Ghana Should Learn From The June 3rd Disaster- Check Out How Flood Has Occured In Nkawkaw Township

This article is not meant for the advertisement of any product or either her career but rather to enlighten people about some eye-catching pictures of nkawkaw as the flood has taken over some people's working places.

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Ghana has a severe drainage system problem and as a result, floods are witnessed annually taking lives and destroying properties and livelihoods. Reporting from nkawkaw today, water has taken over some parts of nkawkaw township including areas including Asuogya, Soldier line, And even Agbogbloshie market at nkawkaw.

The country has already witnessed the severe loss of lives and properties due to floods and if care is not taken we are likely to witness another June 3, 2015.

A disaster that took the lives of over 200 people and destroyed many properties but it seems the leadership of the country is unperturbed. The drainage system of Ghana is abysmal to the point where even raindrops of five minutes can easily cause severe issues of flooding but nobody gives a hoot whatsoever.

Reports of floods Are being one normal thing that has been taking over places and towns. It was recently reported in Kumasi as flood took over their market.

We are in the rainy season and a lot of places get flooded. Some areas in Kumasi have gotten flooded recently due to the heavy downpour. Roads that need to construct must be dealt with on time as well as large gutters. This will save us all from floods. 

There are fears that the situation will worsen as authorities in neighbouring are low and still, the rain is in continue as it's showing no sign of stopping now

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