Three Earth Tremors Hit Parts of Accra
Three earth tremors hit portions of Accra at around 11:01pm.
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Two years ago, An earth tremor hit portions of Accra at around 11 pm.
A few occupants of McCarthy Hill, Weija, Bortianor, Tetegu, Old Kasoa Barrier, Gbawe, Aplaku, Sowutuom, Awoshie, and even similarly as Abelemkpe, Tabora, Achimota, Ablekuma, Kissieman, Westland, Laterbiokorshie and Legon affirmed that they encountered the earth tremor.
The ongoing event, which is accepted to be the fourth in this year alone, is reliable with the estimate by the Ghana Geological Survey Authority (GGSA) that there is the chance of a significant seismic tremor along the separation point of Accra.
The customary separation point, as indicated by researchers, extends from McCarthy Hill through to the Accra Central where there was a significant seismic tremor in 1939 which prompted splits on structures from the Police Station to Ministries which used to be called Secretariat.
Toward the beginning of January for example, the GGSA revealed that the earth trembled and estimated 2.6 on the Richter Scale.
Two years ago, the German government furnished the GGSA with current gear which has made preparations to improve anticipating generally.
In December two years ago, the Director-General of the Ghana Standard Authority (GSA) Prof. Alex Dodoo, told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) that Ghana would profit by pressure tests to guarantee the trustworthiness of structures all through the nation.
"The review of structures, workplaces, shopping centers, markets and places of love and the issuance of a pressure declaration to the individuals who finish the assessment, would upgrade trust in the general population," he said.