Krachikrom is a community in the Atwima Mponua District of the Ashanti Region. The community is close to Barniekrom in the same district. Two young boys, Ibrahim and Prince have unfortunately met their untimely deaths after they were crashed by a Kia truck.
Ibrahim is a final year Junior High School (JHS) student preparing for his final examination. Prince, on the other hand, is a second-year Junior High School Student. In their quest to make money, the two decided to follow a truck driver to load beams for a fee.
They occupied the bucket of the truck to load the beams. On their way back after loading the beams, the driver of the Kia truck lost control of the vehicle and somersaulted. Unfortunately, it fell on these Junior High School Students. They could not sustain the injuries and die on the spot.
It was all tears in the community of Krachiekrom when their bodies arrived. Members of the community could not hold on to their disbelief as they could be seen wondering how it all happened. According to reports on Angel FM news, Ibrahim was sent by his uncle to withdraw mobile money for him but he defied the order and decided to join the truck for a stipend. The body of Ibrahim had to be buried immediately due to his Islamic Religion background. The body of Prince on the other hand has been preserved for further investigations.
“They were in the car trying to help the driver for some money. The vehicle had an accident on the road and they died on the spot. Ibrahim was sent to go and withdraw mobile money for his uncle but upon seeing the Kia truck, he decided to send another person for the errand. Ibrahim has been buried immediately because he is a Muslim. He was preparing for his final examination”. Kofi Gyabaa, a reporter with Angel FM indicated from the community.
The body was wrapped in a cloth with some strong men conveying to the family house. Members of the community could be seen in a state of mourning. The Kia vehicle has been damaged beyond repairs.
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