Many homeless after rainstorm at Damongo
Some residents of Damongo in the Savannah Region have been
left displaced after being hit by a rainstorm.
The unfortunate incident that occurred Friday evening destroyed
property including homes, schools, shops, foodstuff and electricity
poles in the capital.
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The West Gonja Municipal Director for National Disaster Management
Organization (NADMO), Adam Bavug, indicated that Primary and
Junior High pupils expected to resume school on Tuesday may be
hindered following the destruction of the Presby Primary and JHS School.
He, therefore, appealed to the government and NGOs to support
NADMO with relief items to assist the victims and also urged the
residents to plant more trees to mitigate the effects of rainstorms.
A victim, Saaka Seidu, who narrated his ordeal to Adom TV, indicated that
his farm produce such as maize and groundnuts are all wet as they
were stored in one of the rooms that had been destroyed.