Accra floods Adabraka floods after downpour

Some major streets have experienced a gridlock due to the downpour.

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Hours of torrential rains in Accra on Tuesday, September 20, 2016 have led to parts of Adabraka and other areas flooded.

Some major streets have experienced a gridlock due to the downpour.

See related: President Mahama speaks on flood and fire victims

 

Areas around the Kwame Nkrumah circle, Adabraka witnessed heavy floods as the rains swept through what might have been considered welcome rains due to the recent spike in temperatures, a major concern over the readiness of the capital to deal with the rainy season.

See also: Traders complain of poor sales after Thursday rain

When the early rain came down, it did not leave anything in sight, including household items and merchandise in shops in areas that were flooded.

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