Squatters at Previous Fadama, a slum group in Accra, have been compelled to snooze in the open right after their makeshift houses have been demolished by Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) on Wednesday.
Pics of the squatters sleeping rough elevate inquiries by a claim by metropolis authorities that short term homes would be provided for the affected squatters.
Above 1,000 slum-dwellers at the Old Fadama in Accra, had been rendered homeless, after the AMA demolished picket structures that served as their properties to pave way for the dredging of the Korle Lagoon.
Talking to Joy News’ Kwesi Parker-Wilson shortly soon after the demolition, some of the impacted citizens were of the look at that the Assembly ought to have exercised tolerance until the constraints on movement was lifted in Accra, Tema, Kasoa and Kumasi in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Enjoy pictures of the squatters sleeping rough on Wednesday evening.