An Accra-based trader who sells cigarettes and drinks says he has lost all his goods to the flooding that hit the national capital in the past few weeks.
According to the devastated man who spoke in an interview with Pulse Ghana, he lost his savings in addition to his wares.
He indicated that he had nothing to fall back on, so he would just have to re-strategise and start the business from scratch.
He added that the flood water carried away his cash of about GHC800 in addition to the wares.
Asked what, in his opinion, would be the solution to the perennial flooding of Accra, the heartbroken trader said the government should dredge the Odaw river to keep the water level in check.