Water Overflows parts of Accra and Kumasi following heaver downpour recorded last night.
In the records of Ghana, Accra has been one of the city that mostly get affected due heavy rainfall.
Recall, on June 3, 2015, Ghana woke up to one of its worst natural disasters, flooding after overnight rainfall which claimed many lives of Ghanaians. It was described as a day ‘saddest’ in its history.
Just yesterday, Accra records another flooding.
As Reported by the Adom online, the natural disaster counted on flooding happened. In Accra following a heavy down poor recorded yesterday, Thursday overnight.
The heaver rainfall left many residents wondering after their compounds were stranded in flood.
Resulting from this, many highways in Accra which includes the Achimota highway left in a heavy traffic.
Also different areas in the capital city of Ghana has been affected following the heavy downpour.
Some of the areas affected were Kaneshie to the Dansoman Junction, North Industrial Area, First Light, Abbosey Okai and Adabraka Sahara among others.
Before the natural disaster, the Ghana Meteorological Agency came out to indicate that, there will be chances of heavy rainfall in parts of the country.
“It’s cloudy across the country this morning. Parts of the country will experience rain this morning. Brighter conditions are expected as the day progresses. Isolated rain is expected in the evening across the country,” it said in a statement by the GNA.
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