Ghana has a history of perennial downpours from time immemorial. The rains are here again and some regions have recently suffered the devastating effects of floods. As a country, are we prepared enough to prevent any unfortunate incidents in the rainy season? The sad incidents of June 3, 2015, which claimed more than 150 lives and brought myriad hardship to a great number of people across the country after hours of heavy rains, are still fresh on our minds.
The unprecedented disaster threw the entire nation into a state of shock and mourning for days. The happenings of June 3 took centre focus in the media for a while, and the subject goes to rest without any practical solution.
National Service Personnel of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) embarked on a tree planting exercise.
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