Hundreds of residents of Ashalaja in the Ga South Municipality of the Greater Accra Region have been rendered homeless by a torrential rainfall that hit the area 3 days ago.

The situation is said to have been compounded by the spillage of the Weija dam.

As a result, most of the low lying areas experienced heavy flooding. Part of the road linking Ashalaja and Amasaman has caved in, thus rendering passengers stranded.

Commercial motor riders had a windfall as they transported stranded passengers back to their destinations for a fee.  

Below are exclusive photos from the scene:

In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja
In pictures: Hundreds rendered homeless at Ashalaja

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