The torrential rains that hit Accra on Tuesday evening, January 31, destroyed a number of properties including bill boards, buildings and utility facilities in some suburbs of the Accra metropolis.
A survey conducted by the Ghana News Agency on Wednesday saw the roof of the chamber of the Parliament House as well as a two-storey building at Abeka Junction rip up by the strong winds and fallen branches.
The rain also pushed a heap of rubbish on streets.
At Tesano a number of electrical cables were sparking with fire during the down pour but the GNA did not report any case of electrocution.
A huge bill board also fell on the Afrikiko Restaurant near the Flagstaff House and a number of mobile phone vendors shop were destroyed as a result.
The strong winds also carried tables and umbrellas of some vendors offering various services for the telecommunication companies unto the streets causing vehicular traffic.
Most part of Awoshie-Oyinase and its environs were flooded destroying a number of properties due to structures and buildings put up on water-ways blocking the free flow of water.
The GNA also gathered that most drinking bars and spots had to close very early because of the rain.