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Check Out The State Of Some Major Accra Roads After The Downpour This Morning: Netizens React

Flooding is a major problem that is currently bringing the country to its knees. It's very sad and heartbreaking to see and hear some of the effects of floods on the livelihoods of Ghanaians. 

Many people living in the country have expressed their disappointment with the authorities who are responsible for making sure there is no flood. The problem of flooding has been around for so many years yet no proper solution has been put in place to avoid it.

Flooding is currently changing the face of the country. It's shocking to see the capital of Ghana sinking deep in the rains. Major road networks in the capital of the country are always filled with rainwater after a couple of hours of downpour.

The downpour experienced this morning has again flooded many areas of the country. There are fast-spreading videos of areas in Accra that are currently in a very bad state as a result of the early morning rains.

Social media users in the country have taken to the popular social media platform, Twitter, to express their views of the situation. As of now, “#accrafloods” is the trending topic on the platform. Thousands of people are talking about the heartbreaking floods that occur in the country.

Check Out Some Of The Reactions Of Netizens.

Many Ghanaians have expressed their disappointment in the current government for prioritizing what they claim as “unimportant” over solving the issue of floods. Flooding is rising to be at the top of the list causing deaths, displacement, and destruction of properties.

Use The Links Below To Check Out Videos Of Some Parts Of Accra After The Downpour This Morning.

Will Operation Clean Your Frontage Bring About Solution To Ghana's Flood Problems?

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