Drivers are now causing a lot of harm than good in our communities now a days. Drivers are not trying to driver base on the instructions of thier professions. Some of them are involved in drinking of alcoholic substances which has the high tendencies of causing road accident. Over speeding cannot also be left out when we are talking about the causes of road accident in Ghana.
Two days ago, it was reported from Oti Region about the untimely death of six students who were returning home after school. It was said that, a private car with the Registration number GR -2392 -2022 knocked down seven students and six of them died instantly whilst the last person was rushed to Krachi West District Hospital and later tranfered to Korle-Bu teaching Hospital
The latest update from Kingdom News this evening 13th May 2022 confirmed that, all the six children who died through the accident were buried today.
The regional minister for Oti Region and the DCE for Krachi West constituency visited the parents of the children
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