More than 300 people have been rendered homeless and several properties destroyed in a rainstorm that hit the Boamadumasa in Juaben Constituency in the Ashanti Region last Friday.

HomelessThe victims are currently putting up in temporary structures while others are living with relatives.

In all, 2 people sustained injuries, while 93 structures were also destroyed at Boamadumase community in the Ejisu-Juaben municipality due to that hardest hit.

The heavy rainstorm ripped off roofs and collapsed several houses, including chapels and school blocks, also uprooted trees and brought down kiosks, metal containers and other wooden structures sited along the roads and electrical cables also fell off their poles, plunging most homes and institutions into darkness.

When the Member of Parliament (MP) for Juaben Constituency Hon.Ama Pomaa Boateng, visited the area , some of the victims were busily re-roofing and rebuilding their various homes and structures. She donated 100 bags of cement and 20 packets of roofing Sheet.

Some of the structures, especially school blocks and Cocoa shield in the area, were also affected by the rainstorm.

By : Sammy Adjei /