Another sad news hit Ghana again as 12 SHS Students involved in a very serious road accident on their way to their various schools yesterday morning on Kasoa to Winneba road in the Central Region of Ghana.
Based the the report, a passenger car or trotro car from Accra heading towards to Kumasi fully loaded with alot of students in it, involved in a very serious accident whiles on a very high speed. The trortro car crushed with another car which coming from Apam to Winneba also on a very high speed as well.
According to an eyewitness on the spot where the incident occurred, they said the driver let them know that the passengers were the one rushing him to move fast because they are wasting much time on the road and that was what motivate him to go on the tough speed without knowing there is something called Accident.
Most of the passengers were seriously injured and about 12 and above students are also involved and their condition is a very critical one but none of them lost their lives.
The most painful part of it is our student you were happily going to SHS in their life and this sad news hit them up on the road with their chop-boxes scattered on the road. Some of them their parents were even involved in the accident.
My question is that, is the driver good enough? How can you be driving and passengers would be controlling your actions?
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