Flooding in sections of Accra and other parts of Ghana has become the most common complaint among Ghanaians during the rainy season. Some people say the government isn’ t performing its job properly because the majority of the drains in our cities are small and clogged by erosion.
On the other side, some people have purposefully put trash in the few drains we have in our neighborhoods, clogging them up and preventing water from flowing through when it rains. As a result, flooding has become a serious problem for Ghanaians throughout the rainy season. There have been numerous flood reports this year.
The majority of Accra was inundated last week as a result of the rain. Circle, Kasoa, Motorway, Chorkor, and other sites in Kaneshie. Zenator Rawlings, the MP for Klottey- Korle Constituency, was in the headlines today for visiting flood- affected communities.
Ghanaians are talking about her humanity toward the people. According to the majority of the responses, she did a good job of determining the reason of the flood and is ready to solve the problem. Rain storms have been falling over the nation this weekend. The torrential rains have wreaked havoc in several areas of the capital.
This is a scenario that has been playing out for decades, and successive administrations have done little to stop it. Johnnie Hughes disclosed a news item from 2018 in which the Works and Housing Minister at the time, Samuel Atta Kyea, stated that Ghana’ s sewage issues would be effectively rectified.
The minister went on to say that the government has set aside 17.3 million cedis for this purpose. He went on to say that President Akuffo Addo had promised to provide $200 million to help fix the problem, which arises every year.
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