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I bring to you another sad story of a 12-year-old boy who died after a Church building collaped on him.
The rains have just begun and some towns and cities are experiencing flood and the like as a result.
Maafi Kumase, a town in the Volta Region of Adidome district experienced a heavy rainstorm which claimed one life and displayed over five hundred people. Several houses have been ripped off following the heavy rainstorm.
While it was raining, some of the children in the town went to seek for shelter under the Ebenezer Healing Church premises. After several hours of unstop rain, the building made of mud collaped.
Unfortunately, the boy couldn't survive. He died leaving several others injured. Several roofs have been ripped off houses and residents have no place to lay thier heads.
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