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Social Media Hail Twene Jonas For Slamming GH Leaders As Terribly Flooded Areas In Accra Pops Up

A few days ago, Kumawood actress turned woman of God Gloria Kani came out on social media to cry her eyes out and blast the leaders because her home in Kumasi had flooded.

She was not the only who was affected by the heavy downpour in the region. Parts of  Kumasi was flooded with properties going down the drain and leaving lots of people homeless.

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We saw a devastating video of how a deplorable bridge broke into two with people being carried away from the flood.

It is always the same in the rainy season. The aftermath of every rain is worse than the previous and every year, the government make promises of how the coming years would be different.

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Sadly, those promises never enter the realms of reality and we are people are not making it any better.

Accra experienced a heavy downpour in the latter hours of Saturday and as usual, it has left devastating remarks. There have been viral videos and images of areas that were affected by the close to six hours of uninterrupted rains.

Accra, Kasoa, East-Legon, Teshie and other residents in Accra have been heavily flooded which causes massive traffic in town.

We always witness this anytime there are rains and it is becoming sad that nothing has been done about it.

When Twene Jonas attacks the leaders for their uncanny incompetence, people like Afia Schwar lamely attack him but all he has been saying is not very far from the truth. The only issue is how aggressive he makes his submissions with no iota of respect.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com



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