The Ghana Police Service has asked school specialists and guardians to watch out for kids following the weighty storm in pieces of the country.
Portions of Accra have been lowered in water for the second time in four days.
The most recent occurrence happened when the downpour what began at 12 PM on Tuesday, May 24, left a few regions overflowed and inhabitants abandoned.
In certain areas, trees fell across streets presenting risk to drivers.
As a feature of salvage endeavors, the police in an explanation said watch groups have been sent and are on grounds to guarantee security.
In the mean time, the Greater Accra Regional Directorate of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) has saved around 20 individuals in Dansoman, Odorkor and Dzorwulu.
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