Flooding situation in the Greater Accra region has been devastating in the history of Accra. Apparently Ghanaians never expected such a situation to happen in the Capital city of the country.
The situation is gradually becoming worse as it is hitting some areas never imagined to be affected, that is East Legon.
It recently rained in Accra and Some areas in East Legon got affected with the flooding situation. It is believed that, East Legon happens to be among the richest cities in the country thus, such a situation is never expected to happen there.
What at all could be the cause of flooding in a rich city like East Legon? The flooding situation in the country is getting worse gradually.
We can recall that, the government recently said he is not going to spend the tax payers money on the flooding situation in the country again because, most Ghanaians have been the cause of the problem, that is throwing refuse in gutters and the rest.
Watch video of how some areas in East Legon got flooding within just a 5 minute rainfall.
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