The African Union has conveyed the sympathies to the people of Ghana following the Accra disaster which killed about 200 people.
The head of the African Union (AU) commission, Dr. Dlamini Zuma has conveyed the sympathies of the commission to the government and people of Ghana in the wake of the Accra disaster which killed estimated hundred and fifty persons.
Dr. Zuma in a twitter post said that the commission was standing with Ghana which is a pioneer of African unity.
Read her tweet below.
Meanwhile, the President of Togo Faure Gnassingbe has arrived in Accra Friday morning to sympathize with Ghanaians on the fire and flood disasters that brought the capital city to its knees Wednesday night. Read more Faure Gnassingbe in Ghana to sympathize with fire victims
Gnassingbe and President John Mahama have toured the hardest hit areas including, the GOIL filing station at the Kwame Nkrumah circle in Accra.