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Parts of Ghana, especially Accra, is known for flooding whenever there is heavy downpour for several hours or minutes. This sometimes leads to massive destruction of properties. Many revered personalities have lambasted governments, blamed and raised concerns as to what they should do to reduce such disasters.
Photo credit: Metro TV Ghana.
One sad scene or photo which is circulating online has got to do with how the rain has flaked the tarred roads of Kaneshie first light. Obviously, that occurred as a result of persistent rainfall. From any observers viewpoint, it could be observed that the rain have inundated the hole created as a result of the rain flaking the road. Furthermore, it has created traffic congestion in and around Kaneshie.
Because of how sad that view was, many Ghanaians reacted massively. Some Ghanaians called on the government to do something about it since it is clearly their work.
Some reactions from Ghanaians.
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