The Ghana Meteorological Agency have sent a strong warning to all Ghanaians especially those living in Greater Accra Region, Eastern Region, Bono Region, Ahafo and Bono East.
According to an emergency release at exactly 10:00 am this morning, there will be serious Thunderstorm and Splashes across the country. They are therefore warning all motorist and other road users to be very careful.
They further Explained that, those who are willing go to work despite the heavy rains and thunderstorms should endeavors to get rain coats and umbrellas with them.
The Ghana National Meteorological Agency is tasked to update the country on all the Issues regarding weather and climate. Their warnings always comes to pass and must be adhered to.
Few days ago, some parts of Greater Kumasi especially the central business district got flooded after they ignored the warning of the Ghana Meteorological Agency.
We hope and pray that nothing bad happens after the Storms. Kindly Share to save lives and properties.
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