A driver taking someone's life unintentionally through road accident sometimes seems to be pardonable when the culprits shows concern and remorseful after the incident. Some Ghanaians who believe in Karma eschew evil in their daily activities but that is not the case of evil doers. They sometimes commit crime for their enjoyment pleasure whiles other use the sufferer for their money rituals as some Ghanaians allege.
A man believed to be in his 70s has been killed by a hit and run driver at Suhum Amanase on the Accra , Kumasi highway stretch. The angry youth in the area who are in search of the driver mounted a blockage and burnt tyres in protest of the frequent accidents that has been occurring on the road. The actions of the youth created a heavy vehicular traffic on the road, thereby impeding movement of vehicles. The body has been sent to Suhum government hospital pending autopsy. The police is yet to commence investigations into the matter.
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