The 2016 Accra floods resulted from heavy continuous rainfall in Accra, the largest city in Ghana. The rain started on 9th June 2016 and fell for six hours non-stop causing the flood in some places like circle, kaneshie and kasoa. The floods have resulted in heavy traffic on the roads in the city and also a halt in commercial activities as markets were flooded and workers trapped. Same thing happened in the country last year and the flood killed a whopping number of 152 people including the ATI student Adaku Abel who’s body was later found in 37 hospital in accra burnt without recognition after the fuel station explosion.
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The 2016 Ghana Flood