The current happening in the Volta Region is completely sad and heartbreaking, after some residents of Amutinu, Salakope reveals that they have been sleeping in cemetery for days now and they further to cry for from Ghanaians. According to some of the victims who were interviewed, they made it known that it was because of sea erosion that led them to this condition. The man who pleaded for his identity not be revealed, made it clear that they were already warned several times to relocate from that environment since sea erosion always disturb their houses. But due to lack of financial buoyancy, they have been unable to take that decision of relocating and this has made them to sleep in cemetery.
However, other Volta Region residents of the Amutinu, Salakope area were pleading with Ghanaians and other kind hearted people to come to their rescue before it gets tough. Meanwhile, the raining season has not fully started and they are experiencing this, but if it is now raining everyday, they won't have option on where to stay and they may lose their properties.
Some reactions from Ghanaians on social media, indicated that the people were adamant and they never wanted to leave that environment for their safety. But it is obvious that it is only someone very wealthy that can help them.
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