Flooding is one of the greatest enemies of our dear country Ghana and it mainly occurs in the cities of our country of which Kumasi can not be left out. Now trooping in and trending on social media platforms including WhatsApp and Facebook are some of the reasons for flooding in The Greater Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly.
In trending pictures and video, men were seen removing big logs of wood, timber to be specific, from gutters at Kumasi. In the video, the one recording declared that they have removed two huge timbers and there are three more to go. Indicating that, it could be that someone willingly dropped the woods to blog water from flowing smoothly through the gutters, and as a result, it is leading to flooding in some part of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly.
Let's take a look at some of the pictures of the scene below;
Amazingly, they removed all these logs of huge timber from the same gutter, how can water run through without overflowing to cause flooding in that particular area?
Let's all play our parts to curb flooding in the cities. Kindly share this post to help fight against flooding in this rainy season. Thank you.
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