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President Akufo-Addo is saying they should demolish the buildings on waterways, the question is where are those people going to stay in this rainy season? Sampson Deklu



Ghanaians are asking this question every year, what is the permanent solution over flooding during rainwy season? It seems that president Akufo-Addo has come up with demolish buildings in waterway strategy to tackle the situation, but the Bureau of Public Safety has described President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s instruction to the Municipal, Metropolitan, and District Assemblies (MMDCEs) to demolish buildings on waterways as kneejerk

However, Technical Lead for Built Environment at the Bureau of Public Safety, Sampson Deklu said this “We seem to be knee-jerking with critical situations in Ghana. We should have been managing the flood waters by now because the volume of rain water has increased instead of demolishing buildings because floods happen everywhere in the world”.

“Our authorities need to be up and doing, they have been reluctant for a long and it is costing us a lot. Now that the President is saying they should demolish the buildings, the question is where are those people going to stay in this rainy season? People are being carried away and properties are being destroyed and we are in May so what will happen in June July when the rain intensifies as the Meteorological Agency is telling us? ” 

It is just a duplication of duties and institutions to waste taxpayers’ money. Whatever committee or unit has been set up at the Jubilee House is going to do what job? What is the sector minister’s job? What are our Assemblies’ engineers supposed to be doing?”