Another major highway leading into Kumasi in the Ashanti region has been heavily flooded with vehicles stuck on one end of the road. This morning has seen a heavy downpour in the Ashanti regional capital and its immediate environs. The rains that poured for over an hour has got the part of the Accra to Kumasi highway between Tech and Fumesua. According to the reports, it is that side of the road leading into Kumasi that got flooded, and motorists had to use the road leading out of Kumasi to enter into the city. Also reported by the GBC on GTV, some vehicles that are high above the ground, however, managed to force their way through the floods. As it stands, commuters have to use the one side of the road until the water subsides. In recent times, major areas of the city has experienced floods with rainfall and that is a major cause of concern for the region. It is therefore imperative that the regional minister and other leaders take the necessary steps to rid the the city of these rampant floods. Below are some images of the flooded road and some vehicles stuck in it.
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