As the people of Ghana are still mourning with the people of Bogoso- Appatsie in the Western region of Ghana, it could reach the media that, a chief executive in engineering and a brother to the ex-president of Ghana(John Dramani), Ibrahim Mahama has donated to the people of the Bogoso over the explosion that had happened because of the collision between a motorbike and a mining car in Bogoso-Appiatse and had led to the death of 17 people as declared and about 23 injured as they are undergoing doctor's treatment in the Tarkwa teaching hospital.
Mr. Ibrahim Mahama donates a bag of rice and makerels to the people of Bogoso to console the family that has lost their lost ones and their properties as well. He spoke to the people to remain calm and stay safe over this incidence. He added, people should stay away from explosion other than getting close to incidence to take video of them.
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