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Six people dead in North East after heavy downpour and spilliage of the Bagre Dam in Burkina Faso

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The National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) has revealed that six individuals, consisting of farmers and a three-year-old lady, have actually died after a rainstorm in neighborhoods in the North-East area of Ghana.
The areas primarily hit are in the East and also West Mamprusi districts, consisting of Bunkprugu and Janga, the NADMO claimed.
The North East Regional NADMO Supervisor, John Kweku Alhassan, claimed “We had two more deaths (in addition to the four) from the Mamprugu Moaduri District because their farmlands have been submerged in waters”
He further stated, “one of the deceased comes from Fumbisi, a town around Builsa South District in the Upper East Region.”
“Due to the water level, we are unable to carry a proper assessment. We are planning to brief the minister and see if we can begin monitoring by Tuesday,” he informed reporters.

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