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When will perennial floodings in the capital city of Ghana end? This is the question that every government finds very difficult to answer once their political party wins power. Today, most parts of Accra have once again experienced heavy rainfall. And this has consequently flooded all the major streets of Accra.
Photo credit: Joy Online
Nevertheless, the recent news circulating social media platforms has got to do with floodwaters washing away vehicles into a drain at Nima. Kaneshie first light stretch had it own taste of the disaster as rains flaked tarred roads. From any observers viewpoint, it could be inferred that the washed vehicles have been covered with all sort of debris. This does not speak anything good about the country.
Because of how sad that view was, many Ghanaians reacted massively. Some Ghanaians called on the government to do something about it since it is clearly their work.
Some reactions from Ghanaians.
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