A 45-minute heavy downpour on Friday morning caused flooding at almost all the flooding spots in Kasoa, causing people to flee from their homes.
The flood also prevented residents from going to work while some schools were also closed for the day since routes to the schools were also flooded.
Several properties have been destroyed, but the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) is yet to ascertain the cost of the properties and items destroyed.
No lives were reported lost as at Friday.
The areas that were flooded included Crispol City, Opeikuma, Ashtown down, part of ICGC, New Ofaakor, Asempa down, Good Feelings, Attaqwa and Abattoir.
The areas mentioned are all waterlogged areas.
Just last year, four people lost their lives when a major flood hit the area. The last time several properties and buildings were destroyed by floods in the area was 10 years ago.
During a visit by the Central Regional Minister, Ama Benyiwa Doe, to the affected communities in Kasoa and its environs last year, she admonished the Awutu Senya District Assembly to undertake a demolition exercise to destroy buildings on water ways.
Almost a year later, nothing has been done about it.
The District NADMO Coordinator, Charles E.A Koomson, called on residents in these flood-prone areas and advised them to relocate, adding that, ‚Äúfor raining, it will never stop until heavens comes‚ÄĚ.
NADMO is yet to take assessment of the extent and cost of properties and items destroyed.
Kasoa is seen as an extension of the capital city, with a population of more than 150,000, according to recent census figures.