571 Precious Lives have Been Lost Through Road Accident From January and February
By Kofi_Bronsted | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 6 views
It is reported that, 571 precious lives are been lost through road accident in Ghana with in Two Months that is January and February only. And it is a heart broken story to tell because if we record 571 death with in two months then it means we have a huge problem to deal with as a nation.
Doing the breakdown of the 571 death,
Ashanti Region recorded the highest with 108 deaths
Eastern Region also recorded the second highest with 91 deaths
And Greater Accra Region also recorded 89 deaths
The NorthEast Region recorded the lowest deaths with 2 fatalities.
Statistics done tells that major accidents occurred on the Buipe-Tamale road, Bolga-Navrongo road, Akyem Asafo, Accra-Tema Motorway, Kyekyewere and Mankessim.
It has been reported also that, there have been a number of accident recorded in this month which is March and it also put us on an unstable position.
So be careful when ever you are driving and make sure you respect the road signs as well....
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