April 25, 2018
Mr Kwame Agbodza, Member of Parliament for Adaklu, has toured communities hit by heavy rainfall accompanied by strong winds in the Constituency and consoled victims of the disaster.

The visit was for the MP to ascertain the magnitude of the disaster and commiserate with the about 100 victims.

A rainstorm that lasted for about 40 minutes ripped off the roofing’s of seven houses, including a church and destroyed personal belongings of victims running into thousands of cedis at Adaklu Vodze and Have.

The thunderstorm also levelled large hectares of cassava and plantain farms, Mr Nicholas Kodzo Amafu, the District Director of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) told the Ghana News Agency (GNA).

Mr Mateo Nonu, Regent for Adaklu-Have, said the victims were putting up with relatives and friends.

Mr Agbodza expressed great concern over the situation and promised to mobilise some support for the victims.

A middle-aged woman, who is a victim, said they needed clothing, roofing sheets and foodstuff.