Ghana's churches part of noise pollution problem

Residents in Ghana take matter to court as noise from growing number of churches becomes intolerable.

    In the last five years, 5,000 new churches have sprung up in the capital of Ghana, Accra.

    That's contributed to the growing misery of residents forced to endure frequent all-night services.

    Some are taking the matter to court.

    Al Jazeera's Ama Boateng reports from Accra.


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