Unexpected ascent in Weija Dam water powers spillage on Tuesday
Abrupt ascent in Weija Dam water powers spillage on Tuesday
The Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) has reported that it will start the spillage of abundance water from the Weija Dam from Tuesday, March 30.
"This has become important in view of the unexpected ascent of the level of the dam from 46.2 feet to 48.1 feet inside a 24-hour time span," the Company said in an official statement on Monday, March 29.
It clarified that the Dam works at a protected degree of 47ft however inside a day, the level has gone up.
It focused on that the spillage will keep the Dam from a potential breakdown.
As of now, authorities of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO), National Security, National Intelligence Bureau (NIB), and the ga South District Assembly have been told.
Bosses and assessment pioneers have likewise been educated "to be in status or clear the region to evade any projection".
"By this delivery, Management of GWCL is advising the overall population just as establishments and associations who have properties downstream of the approaching threat and along these lines, should take the important careful steps."
The people group that will be influenced are Tetegu, Oblogo, Pambros Salt, Lower McCarthy Hill, Lower Weija, Bojo Beach, Ada Kopey, and encompassing networks.
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