Information reaching portal from Manso Abore at Amansie West in the Ashanti Region isn't pleasant to the ears, as motor riders at Manso Abore have donned in red and black branded their motorbikes with same colours as they have lost a college and a passenger just this afternoon.
According to an eyewitness Ebenezer, considering the circumstances that led to the accident is beyond human imagination. Which has thrown henchmen into uncontrollable tears.
Manso and it's environs is noted for it's mining activities. Due to bad roads network in the area, Okada has been the main means of transportation. Even before the opposition leader plans to legalized the use of Okada, the residents of Amansie West have already started. While the mining Companies uses Toyota pick-ups.
Just the afternoon at 11:37am, a motor rider carried a passenger from Manso Abore towards Manso Nkwanta, in the middle of the journey, the motorist spotted a Toyota pick-up, with registration number GN 4704-18 which belongs to Asanko Gold Mines Company was from Kumasi towards Manso Abore. The pickup driver upon moving closer to the motorist notices a pothole which he tries to have swerves to avoid it, unfortunately missed his target and runs into the motorbike causing an accident.
Instantly the rider together with the passenger die and couldn't say a word. Surprisingly his leg tore apart leaving him carries one leg to the cemetery. His motor too crashes beyond recognition.
The bodies have been conveyed to the morgue at Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.
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