The public has been warned by the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) about impending torrential rainfall.
This comes after portions of Accra experienced flooding on Friday after over an hour of downpour.
The Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMet), with whom NADMO was in frequent contact, had predicted that there would be further rains.
George Ayisi, the NADMO’s Public Relations Officer, revealed this in an interview with Citi FM that was monitored by 1Family Radio.
“We are in constant touch with GMeT, and they keep updating us every time. They say the rains are going to be severe; they are going to be heavy, so we should be careful,’’ he predicted.
“For those who are traveling, in some cases, it will be stormy or windy. If you are traveling to places where there are trees, just be careful. If you are in areas where the roofing of houses or homes is not too good, let’s be careful in those areas.”
“If we are in areas where we are not sure and they are flood-prone, let’s try and identify safe havens in the city, and then let’s try and move to safer grounds for ourselves and our relatives,” he advised.