Massive unhappy comments rained from Ghanaians as a government-registered Toyota Land Cruiser has plunged into the Odaw River at Circle. It is unclear what caused Monday's accident but rescuers rushed to the scene to pull the V8, registered GV 2400-16, out of the drainage. From comments generated from this reportage from TV3 this morning, it indicates that Ghanaians aren't in support of the current happenings in the country hence shows happiness with this accident involving a government registered vehicles.
Information reaching United Television (UTV) channel indicates that a well-known man in Odawna nicknamed "Gye Nyame" has been severely injured with his family after the vehicle he owns, dived into a river at Odawna. According to the United Television (UTV) correspondent for Greater Accra Region Randy Samuel, he was notified that a vehicle has dived into the Odawna river.
The national capital Accra was at the mercy of the weather earlier today after principal streets were submerged in water. There was heavy rainfall in the morning and as has been the case over the years, the capital became unmotorable. You could see the movement of human and vehicular traffic became heavily impeded.
The country has currently been experiencing some unpleasant incidents and Ghanaians want a reply to this. His Excellency Nana Akuffo Addo addressed the country about two weeks ago and some answers may calm the anxious nature of some citizens. Just within a week or two, fire outbreak is becoming a usual thing as it started with the Odawna Market and eventually, the Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) at Kantamanto which remains freshest in the minds of Ghanaians. Covid 19 cases experienced a rumored second wave in the
Accra floods following an hour down pour of rain on Friday Portions of Accra have overwhelmed following a down pour of water on Friday morning which went on for about 60 minutes. Segments of the Central Business District, Sahara, Odawna, among different regions were all not saved the perpetual floods.
Please make sure to like, comment, and follow my page. Report reaching the various media houses is that the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) and Greater Accra Regional Coordinating Council have demolished/devastated if Illegal structures at Graphic Road,Odawna and Accra Central. This comes after several notice of demolition was announced to them by the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) prior to the demolition.
Reconstruction work on a new pedestrian mall popularly known as the Odawna Market, after the structure close to the Kwame Nkrumah interchange in Accra was devastated by fire, earth moving equipment and heavy duty machines are done with the clearing of the debris for the new Market to be build.
The rain that started around 1:30 p.m. from the southernmost parts of the Volta region, reached Accra around 6.30 p.m. and lasted until the early hours of Sunday [22. May 2022]. Flood prone areas such as Odawna, Abossey Okai, Kaneshie, Agbogbloshie and the Nungua barrier in Accra were inundated and many residents struggled to find places to sleep.
It seems the regional capital, Accra will not be spared of floods every year as the city experience this disaster this year. Parts of Accra including Tema, kasoa and kaneshie was rounded up as it rained in the early hours of Saturday. The effect of this, roads leading to business areas obstructed.
One of Ghana's largest market Kantamanto is reportedly on fire. Kantamanto has served as a retail and a wholesale place for most of Ghanaians who are into the business of buying and selling. Kantamanto has also served as a place of abode for people in the market. It also serves as a place of abode for the destitute. At least "Kanta" another name for Kantamanto has been visited by most people from all walks of life( i may be exaggerating). This is how some people reacted to the burning of the market. Few days
It's indeed really sad to hear of people lose thier hard earned money in belongings to a fire outbreak. When these fires happen in markets, traders lose thier hard earned capital, trading stock and even thier place of getting conducting business. It comes no easy to hear that fire has razed down a place. There have been news reports that a fire outbreak which occurred late in the hours of Tuesday 16th December has destroyed anything that came its way until it was put out by the fire service. It is not know whether
The National Board for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI) has started dispensing of upgrade bundles to merchants whose shops were annihilated by fire at the Odawna Market. This followed the finishing of the enlistment of the survivors of the Odawna fire episode on Wednesday, November 25, 2020. As at the end of work on Tuesday, December 1, 2020, 625 fire casualties had gotten uphold from NBSSI with 1.83 million cedis dispensed. Altogether, the NBSSI will deal with 1,000 out of the 2,000 enlisted brokers while
Another fire outbreak has been reported this morning at Accra, Kantamanto to be exact. The outbreak involves the Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) branch at Kantamanto in Accra. This is the second time in a short while another fire incident has been recorded in the nation's capital, since the incident at the Odawna Market fire. In a video circulating online, the floors of the building can be seen in flames on this very Saturday morning, November 28, 2020. The previous incident involving a fire outbreak was at the
The Ghana Commercial Bank, Accra-Liberty branch has been gutted by fire. This unfortunate event started around 10 o’clock in this morning. According to eyewitnesses who explained to how the fire started, we saw a pall of smoke coming from the second floor so we called the attention of the security personnels who ignored us saying it wasn’t anything alarming, but some few minutes later we heard an explosion from the second floor which started the fire. This is the second fire outbreak in less than two weeks
This year by far had been dubbed a year of roads and renovations but also, Ghana has experienced a couple of fire outbreaks which has led to the destruction of lives and properties. Terming a year of fire, Ghana has experienced some fire outbreaks mostly at market places where trading occurs most. Not to mention a few, the Madina market, Koforidua market and the Odawna market by far has been gutted by fire. Confirmed on the 7th December, there was a fire incident at the shops in Madina. Thankfully, no casualty
KoKMA clears Odawna market, makes brief space for dealers The tractor clearing conrete pieces to permit the leveling of the market The tractor clearing conrete chunks to permit the leveling of the market The Korle Klottey Municipal Assembly (KoKMA) has started clearing trash at the Odawna market close to the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange in Accra which was wrecked A visit to the market at 12pm on Tuesday, December 1, indicated a tractor on location clearing solid sections built by the retailers. This is
Please before you continue reading, click on the (+ follow) sign at the right corner , under the headline to follow me to get the latest and real news. Thank you. Very sad: Kaneshie market on fire. Just yesterday, Saturday evening another bad thing hit Kaneshie traders. Some part of Kaneshie market were on fire. Fire service came there's and did their best. This incident is becoming a custom in this country. Just some days away, Koforidua Market was on fire, then to Odawna market, and same happened to Kantamanto
Three fire out breaks at circle and the causes sees to be same. They are the The June3, free out break if a filling station and the two outbreak at the Odawna. It was noticed that in general the rate of fire incidence increased each year. This increase was attributed to several factors: rate of population growth and industrialization, unstable electricity, urbanization, negligence, illegal electrical connection, etc. The cause of fire was categorized into domestic, industrial, vehicular, institutional, electrical,
A copy of the Holy Bible has reportedly survived the Odawna market fire outbreak. The fire that destroyed properties in a Kente shop at the popular market in the early hours of Wednesday morning. This incident has left left eye witnesses in a state of amazement. The fire has said to have destroyed several shops at the Odawna market at Kwame Nkrumah interchange on Wednesday morning, November 18th, destroying goods and personal properties. Speaking in an interview with on TV, an eye witness who discovered the
Fire has moved through the Kantamanto part of the Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) Saturday morning. It is indistinct what caused the fiery blaze which has left a few stories of the structure on fire. The fire administration have visited the scene to soak the attacking fire. Advertising Officer (PRO) of the GNFS, Divisional Officer, Mr Ellis Robinson Okoe uncovered that the fire began from the principal floor of the structure which contains just fixed. He additionally noticed that around 40 fire work force are in