Sad news coming out of Ghana this morning as the torrential downpour that started last week is not slowing down.
No fewer than 10 in the last 24 hours.
Eight of those reported fatalities are children in the four days of floods that have swamped the capital, Accra, and much of the central region.
And there is anger across Accra where residents complain that the dredging of drainage systems, is affecting smaller drains, that have to be de-silted manually by residents.
The downpour came, a year after over 150 people were killed in Accra, following an explosion at a petrol station, where people were seeking shelter during heavy rains.