A part of the ceiling at the Kumasi City Mall has caved in.
The incident happened Tuesday morning at the food court area of the mall, reports Graphic Online’s Kwadwo Baffoe Donkor in Kumasi.
It happened at a time the shops in the mall were about to open for business.
No casualty has been recorded.
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Officials of the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) have since responded and helping to clear the debris from the scene of the incident.
The mall has been closed temporarily for business.
The Kumasi City Mall, which cost $95 million to build took 24 months to complete.
It is one of the biggest malls in West Africa and owned by Delico Property Limited.
It is the second incident recorded in a mall in two months in Ghana.
In October 2018, a part of the ceiling at the Accra Mall also collapsed, injuring three people.