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Strange weeds invade Central region beaches

Strange Beach Weeds Residents along the coastal belt of the Central region are worried about strange weeds said to have been washed ashore during the week. Fishermen along the coast also say the brownish weed is impeding fishing activities. Central regional correspondent, Richard Kojo Nyarko reports that the weed-like substances from the sea is also hindering activities of Easter holiday makers who have travelled from far to the Central region. Richard reports that researchers from the Cape Coast University have collected samples of the substances to study, but they are yet to come out with their findings. Similar weeds also invaded Axim » Read More

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