Seeing what is happening in Volta Region that has left a lot of people crying for help. However, residents of five communities in the Ketu South Municipality in the Volta Region are currently crying for help, after they were displaced by tidal waves. A lot of people that saw what is happening in the Volta Region were heartbroken and felt sad.
According to the statements from opinion leaders and pioneer fathers in the affected communities. Victims of the tidal waves are left without a place to sleep (homeless), no clothes to wear and even to eat has become a big problem to them due to the effect of the disaster. Indeed life has been unbearable and oddly challenging for the affected residents.
Meanwhile, the residents are calling on concerned bodies to come to their aid and render assistance to them. The current situation of victims is really horrible and devastating, because they are all left with nothing to call their.
May God help them and all concerned departments should take swift action to save this people.
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