Parts of the capital, Accra, have been flooded following rains that started immediately after dawn of Tuesday, July 5, 2022.
Per videos shared on social media with the hashtag #AccraFloods, people are lamenting the manner in which parts of the capital are cut off when it rains.
Movement - human and vehicular - has been seriously impacted in most areas per reports coming into GhanaWeb newsroom as well as in the videos posted on social media.
Some of the areas heavily impacted include:
a. Kaneshie First Light
b. Fiesta Royal Junction
c. Kwame Nkrumah Circle
d. Area around Ecobank Headquarters at Ridge
e. Accra - Nsawam road stretch
f. 37 - Tetteh Quarshie stretch
Watch some of the videos below:
#AccraFloods: Dire situation at Kaneshie First Light #MetroNews pic.twitter.com/JSD5V5CSez
— Metropolitan Television (@metrotvgh) July 5, 2022
Current situation at Circle, lot of people at stacked under the overpass #CBS #accrafloods pic.twitter.com/aowPPc7eCZ
— Joel Kwabena Aboagye ➐ (@JoelKAboagye) July 5, 2022
Road in front of African Regent Hotel towards 37 right now.#AccraRains #accrafloods @Citi973 pic.twitter.com/a4YXQvWqsp
— Lorrencia Adam Nkrumah (@lorrenciaadam) July 5, 2022
Right in front of Ecobank Head office, Ridge. The entire road is submerged. @benkoku#accrafloods #CitiCBS pic.twitter.com/npeOoJDjJg
— Whiskey Lullaby (@TeeMaxi) July 5, 2022
River Keneshie 😂😂😂😂 let me go back to my Ashaiman noise and air pollution is better than flood @Citi973 #CitiCBS @Joy997FM #JoySMS @3fm927 #accrafloods pic.twitter.com/QgYnGeHL21
— JUSTBABA (@SalifuBaba15) July 5, 2022
The usual issue… #AccraFloods pic.twitter.com/2TREL5ynRG
— yo perry👻 (@oguaaah_) July 5, 2022
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