Over the week end , the heavy downpour which occurred in the three communities of Ga south Municipality of the Greater Accra Region were rendered homeless due to the heavy downpour which occurred early in the morning on Saturday 10th of October, 2020. In fact, the rain started like showers of blessings and what seemed to be showers of blessings to the community members turned to be a disaster. The. following communities were affected: Peace Town , Tomefa and Nurses Quarters linking Amanfrom and Kasoa were rendered homeless.
So what are some of the measures that need to be put in place to avoid future occurrence.
1.we must avoid building on water ways or putting structures on water ways.
2.We should desist from damping refuse into drains .
3.Landlords and Landladies should start constructing reservoir for harvesting rain water so as to reduce the volume of running water on the street and compounds.
4.Landlords and Landladies should stop paving way on their compounds by so doing the rain water will sink into the underground.
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