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BAD CULTURAL PRACTICES IS THE CAUSE OF FLOODING -NPP COMMUNICATION TEAM MEMBER

A Communication team member of the new patriotic party has said that the cause of flooding which has become problematic in the neck of the Government and citizens as a whole can be curb if Ghanaians emulate a good standard of living.

Speaking on the Flagship program “This Morning” on Adoa Television, he told Reginald Addy (Presenter) that,

“this is the time we have to rethink and sanitize our minds, hence we have to be citizens and not spectators”

According to MR Antwi, it is relevant to educate the people of this country so as collectively, we can help revamp the canker of flooding issues in this country.

“Ghanaians must cultivate a character by making sure that we all advocate solving the problem of flooding in this country” he stressed on.

The heavy downpour which resulted in taking lives of innocent souls at Awudome and Kaneshie with a figure slated by the National Disaster and management organization is nothing to write home about for a 62nd country. “Our way of doing things must change,” he said

The Accra Mayor has therefore stated that first Saturdays of every month, there is the need to conduct a clean-up exercise before stores and other commercial activities commerce to further champion good hygienic environment.

Mr Antwi assured victims of families who lost their relatives during the downpour to have confident in NADMO to get their bodies to the affected families.

“We believe former president John Dramani Mahama did his best to help curb flooding, by constructing an Interchange at Kwame Nkrumah circle, as means in solving flooding issues, which is now “Circle Dubai”.

Not long ago the president said he is going to make Accra the cleanest city which is his paramount desire to fulfil the promise before he lives office, this is a good point of view for this country”.

Story By Richmond Ofosu

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