Ghana’s capital, Accra experiences a moderate earth tremor of magnitude 4.0 on Monday (December 12).
The epicentre was located in the western part of Accra, 10 km from Gbawe, according to state media. The phenomenon occurred two times in the space of five hours.
The first was experienced at 6:53 am, also in the western part of Accra, 10 km from Gbawe, reported graphic.com.gh.
According to the Android Earthquake Alerts System, the seismic movement reached magnitude 4.0 which makes it one of the strongest earthquakes in Ghana.
When Graphic Online contacted the Ghana Geological Survey Authority (GSSA) for official information on the tremor, it was explained that a team of experts have been dispatched to the epicentre to collect information.
A team of experts has been deployed to affected areas for assessment, it is reported.