The youth in Ghana are extremely strong and deserves to be applauded every moment in time. A video posted on Facebook by Ghanaian sports journalist Saddick Adams shows some four young men who are busily rescuing cars that have been submerged in the flooded area in Accra.
In this video, a motorway with an overhead bridge in Accra was seen heavily flooded and several cars were stucked. The person recording the video of the guy's taken these submerged cars from the flooded road asked these guys what they have done so far.
These guys in their response revealed that, they have rescued five cars at the moment and there are about 15 cars that are stucked in the the flooded road.
And according to one of the guys responding to the questions revealed they are helping to take the cars from the floods without taking any money from the drivers but if they give them money they will take it.
Below is the link to the video of the gallant guys rescuing the submerged cars in the flooded Areas.
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