Yesterday was termed as a Black Thursday by the Ghana Police Service as two officers lose their lives on the Walewale-Bolgatanga road. These two officers are said to be highly trained members of the Anti-task robbery taskforce who were sent on duty yesterday on that stretch.
According to a statement released by the Ghana Police Service, three others in a critical condition at the Walewale hospital hoping to be airlifted for further treatment since their condition demands that. This is such a sad incident but the cause of the accident wasn't stated by the team as we are yet to hear from the survivors.
The Inspector General of Police has consoled the families of the lost souls and they continue to be in grief. This issue of road accident keeps on increasing as the day goes by and its happenings are really appalling but it looks like nothing or little is being done to curb these incidents in the country.
We send our condolences to the families and wish those receiving medical treatment a speedy recovery. Don't forget to say a prayer for them.
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