Mankessim market is said to be on fire yesterday. News reaching us now was They don't know exactly what cause the fire outbreak.
Mankessim is a town in the Central Region of Ghana, West Africa. It is approximately 75 km west of Accra, on the main road to Sekondi-Takoradi. It is the traditional headquarters of the Fante ethnic group of Ghana. Mankessim's history is linked to three famed warriors (Obrumankoma, Odapagyan and Oson) who helped the people migrate from Techiman in the current Brong Ahafo Region to Adoagyir in the Central region.The town is located at an elevation of 75 meters above sea level and its population Is very huge. But this night it was said the the market is on fire which has scared many people from the market. News reach us now was that they don't know the exact cause of the fire outbreak this night. Areporter from mankessim senior high school just told a friend on what's app and sent the video to him . This will destroy many shops and people properties.
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