The issue of perennial flood has become on of the outstanding problems Ghana will always face. One would expect that considering the sad effects and consequences that annually comes along with flood, government would put in more stringent measures and go back to the drawing board to strategize a new policy that has a long term vision. However, the opposite is being seen. The government rather prefers to come around after flood instances to provide relief.
Today, a sad news nearly hit the people of Kumasi as they experienced their share of the problem of flooding. The exact location is unknown but a video circulating displayed a disheartening and sad view. Eye witness revealed that the car was swept away by the flood after the downpour. They claimed that for some minutes, the car submerged into the raging flood and there was no signs of human life. Resident around gathered and begun to call for help. The able bodied men joined the women to shout. But from nowhere, two young men swam into the flood and saved the man.
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