Information reaching us has it that the Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMA) has warned the country of more rainfall as the country prepares to settle into rainy season.
According to them rains are expected to be exceptionally heavy for areas within the Southern belt of the country this year and so Ghanaians should be ready for it.
According to them places to be affected included; Aflao, Ada, Accra, Akatsi, Ho, Tema, Nkawkaw, Akim Oda, Anyinam Winneba, Cape Coast, Kpong, Koforidua, Elimina, Senya Breku, Twi Praso, Assin Fosu, Asikuma, Dunkwa On Offin, Twifo Praso, Breman, Sekondi-Takoradi, Axim, Asankragua, Bekwai, Jamasi, Mampong, Juaben, Kumasi, and other Southern places.
They further added that the Northern part of the country on the other hand is expected to be generally cloudy with periodic rainfall in the course of the weeks.
This was made known to Ghanaians as they prepare towards the season.
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