Parts of Ghana’s capital experienced a 2.8 magnitude earth tremor, authorities have confirmed.
A statement released by the Ghana Geological Survey Authority (GGSA) the tremor that occurred at 9.49 am was “slightly felt in High Street, Ridge and other parts of Accra Central”.
In the release signed by the GGSA Acting Director-General, Isaac Kuuwan Mwinbelle, he said, “The epicentre is located 1.5km offshore near James Town in Greater Accra Region.”
“The recorded magnitude is indicative of the extent of the tremor. The earth tremor is a minor one and so it is not expected to cause damage,” he added.
SOURCE: DAILY MAIL GH