The recent rains have caused lots of havoc in many parts of the country. In Seikwa in the Tain area, the waters have consumed most of their houses. Properties have been destroyed and most of them sleep in much higher church buildings and schools. Their foods and clothing have been destroyed by the floods and they find it difficult to even find food to eat.
Because of the floods that have been there for days, their environment smells bad. A woman speaking with reported said her husband is blind and their need to visit the hospital, but due to their condition, they have been unable to. She is unable to cater for the blind make in their difficult condition.
The assemblyman at Seikwa, Hon. Sampson Mensah said the issue has been reported to NADMO in Tain and data has been collected to gain the needed help from the government. The NADMO official from Tain, Andrews Oppong also responded that the issue has been forwarded to the NADMO Bono regional office.
From the data collected 8 houses have been completed destroyed and the rest have moderate destruction. About 40 persons, including the blind man, has all their properties and foodstuff destroyed.
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