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PHOTOS: Documents, Computers Destroyed As Lands Commission Is Flooded


The Ghanaian Lands Commission was flooded, destroying documents and several computers. According to a tweet from the Ghana News Agency, this was caused by the excessive rains.

The tweet read, ” Accra Flood: Documents, computers damaged at Lands Commission Head Office. ” The recurring flooding in Accra reappeared on Saturday night, according to NanaKwame, after a strong downpour swamped various portions of the city.

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The downpour caused severe traffic on Accra’ s major roadways, stranding commuters at lorry parks and bus stations. Since the 1960s, even the smallest amount of rain has caused destruction to villages in the capital city.

On Saturday night, the phenomena disrupted traffic flow on major highways in the capital. Kaneshie, Kwame Nkrumah Circle, Madina, Awoshie, Odorkor, and Santa Maria were among the worst- affected neighborhoods by Saturday’ s floodwaters.

The Ghana Police Service advised motorists to avoid the ” Graphic Road approaching Kaneshie and Agbogbloshie due to the increasing water of the Odaw River, ” according to a statement.

Residents in the impacted districts were advised to stay inside. ” In addition to the foregoing, motorists and commuters should use extreme caution when traveling towards Teshie- Nungua on the La Beach– Kpeshie Lagoon Road, as well as highways connected by culverts and bridges. ”

“Anyone who is trapped due to the downpour and requires assistance should contact the police at 18555, 191 or 0302787373,” the police advised.

The weekend has seen heavy rains in different parts of the country. Several places in the capital have been flooded as a result of the heavy rains. This is a scenario that has been happening for decades and yet successive governments have done very little to curb this.

The minister then explained that the government has released 17.3 million Cedis for this. He even added that President Akuffo Addo was committed to add 200 million to help solve this problem that occurs yearly.

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.


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