The Upper Denkyira East National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO ) coordinator Mr Alhassan Yakubu has cautioned people living closed to water ways to immediately vacate to avoid flood disaster that could cause a haroc as there could be more rains than they may not expect,
Mr Yakubu made this call when he visited resident of Dunkwa that have been affected by floods because of the heavy downpour in the area .
He noted that, his outfit have educated the people of the area to beware of floods which is imminent all because of illegal mining and expressed worries that people always lose their lives and properties each day .
The Chief Of Dunkwa Okofrobour Obeng Nuakoh 111 also said, he would not be happy anything untoward happens to those living closed to water ways and therefore called on them to vacate the area for their own good ,
Okofrobour appealed to the Minister of Fisheries to come to his aid since the floods has destroyed his one and a half acre fish pond .
One of the victims Bismark Adarkwah who met his untimely death in an abandoned pit at Abesewa near Dunkwa is being searched for,
An eye witnesses told this paper that, the student who is between 18 and 19 years of age was crossing over the area to visit his uncle when it was raining but luck eluded him and he fell into the pit,
By: Yaw Boateng