A Ghanaian midwife who was on her way to work was found in muddy water. This alleged nurse, Angela Tsrakasu is currently at Volta Region, a town called Akatsi North District. Speaking in an interview Angela Tsrakasu disclosed to the public that, she was on a motorbike to deliver a pregnant woman in a village called Kpotavi. Due to poor road on that area, she fell from the motor. She said," I hired this motorbike to deliver a medicine to the pregnant client that was in labor in a village called Kpotavi, also in the Akatsi North District. Unfortunately for me, I slipped when we got to a muddy road. My shirt became dirty but I continued their journey to successful delivery."
After the pictures went viral on social media, The question that so many people are asking is "Where are the Drones". The drones were brought purposely to deliver drugs. It will better for her to come out and explain the reason why she didn't use the drone. This wouldn't have happened if the drones were available. So if she is not having it, then she must seek one of the drones as soon as possible to avoid another accident.
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