I can understand the frustration of some of the victims. We can say that we are not getting to the real point of action. And I want all the victims who are hoping that some reasonably permanent form of compensation will come their way.
I want them to be patient and hang in there because I know that no matter how it delays it will come to an end.
Civil Society Organisation, One Ghana Movement, has called on the government to expedite action in compensating victims of the June 3 disaster.
The 2015 incident saw an explosion at a fuel station during a heavy downpour which flooded parts of the Kwame Nkrumah Circle leaving over 100 Ghanaians dead and others sustaining various degrees of burns and injuries.
Following the development, many groups, corporate bodies and philanthropists donated to the individuals to alleviate the impact of the disaster on their lives.