Greater Accra region, which is the capital region of Ghana is faced with several problems. Over population, high crime rate, and others but one of the most worrying is the persistent flooding in the region during rainfall. Over the years, floods have destroyed several properties and have displaced many.
So what is the cause of this and why have it take us so long to attend to this problem.
Most people blame the government and others also insist that, we are the cause of our own problem. Obviously, this is caused by our poor drainage systems in our towns and also, the choked gutters in our communities.
This picture below tells us a lot. This happened in Accra, Madina Constituency where Honourable Abubakar Saddique Boniface serve as the MP. He also doubles as the Minister of State at the Office of the Vice President. He is a former Minister for Inner Cities and Zongo Development.
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