Heavy rains on Monday, May 23, 2022, submerged parts of the capital city of Ghana, Accra. This comes barely three days after most parts of Accra got flooded after close to a 10-hour downpour.
Parts of Tema Community 25, Golf City, Kaneshie First Light, Adabraka Sahara, among other places, were unmotorable during and after the downpour early Saturday morning.
Some of the affected areas are Teshie, Adabraka, and the Kwame Nkrumah Circle.
The torrential rain, which lasted over 10 hours, caused many residents to abandon their homes to seek shelter elsewhere.
Most roads, as is the norm, have become unmotorable, leaving workers and students stranded.
In some parts of the city, trees have fallen off. There is one at the North Industrial area, adjacent to MTN; the Lake Side clinic in North Kansehie, Abelenkpe and around Rawlings Park area.
Some people took to social media to express their dismay over the flooding in their communities:
— Accra Floods Again (@_ohemmanuel) May 24, 2022
Waking up in Accra today… how’s your morning going? pic.twitter.com/KAmjKnkEXf
— Cooper Inveen (@cinveen) May 24, 2022
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