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A victim of the June 3rd twin disaster of rain and fire at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle has lamented of the stigmatization he goes through in his daily life after five years of getting burnt in the disaster making life unbearable for him.

Alex Mensah claims the way and manner people stare at him and others also running away from him when they see him makes going out into public place a difficult one him.

The victim who was a taxi driver as at that time went to buy fuel at the filling station that caught fire recounted his ordeal to Kingdom News as today marks exactly five years that the major disaster hit Circle and killed over hundreds of people.

Mr Mensah speaking to Kingdom FM news narrated how difficult life has been for him since the accident as his children even at first did not recognized him as their father due to the burnt he suffered.

He added that, life has been a very difficult and challenging one for him and his family since he is not able to work anymore.

Mr Mensah added that, they are still in court to pray the court orders government to support the victims and deceased families financially since they have not received any form of support from the government since the disaster occurred.

Samuel Opoku/Kingdom News

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