- Residents of Fuvemah in the Volta Region are counting their loss after tidal waves hit them
- This is the second time such a disaster has hit
- Officials of NADMO are expected at the scene as these waves could spread to other towns
The town of Fuvemah in the Volta Region has recorded another case of severe flooding caused by tidal waves.
Dozens of residents have been rendered homeless as the sea waves took over their rooms and surroundings.
The harsh and deadly waves are said to have brought structures to the ground as residents struggled in salvaging their property from the disaster.
YEN.com.gh can report that the situation is very dangerous as some residents say "the waves sea is washing away many houses from the place.”
Officials of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) are expected at the scene as residents fear the tidal waves could soon spread to nearby villages.
The coastal fringe of the Volta Region is said to be one of the worst affected arrears whenever disasters as these occur. Several villages were made to evacuate the area due to long and deadly waves as this last year.
Tidal waves are the exceptionally large ocean wave, especially caused by underwater earthquakes or volcanic eruptions.
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