In late 2019, the world was hit by a pandemic which negatively affected lives of individuals.
Ghana wasn't an exception as everything came to a stand still. The world's attention was drawn to that and other things like road accidents, HIV and the rest were neglected.
On the daily dispatch today, deaths in August were as follows " 93 killed by motor cycles, 74 by private cars and 55 by commercial cars".
A Plus in response to this, took to his Facebook page to make a very interesting post. He wrote, " And how many died of covid-19 in August. So which one is the real pandemic in Ghana? Covid or road accidents?
If the politicians won't fix the roads, road users must fix their brains and drive wisely" .
It's really a good thing and everyone should make it a point to be safe on our roads. We have just one life and so we should live it well
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