The rate at which Ghanaians are perishing through road accidents is very alarming. It will be recalled that not long ago, an accident that claimed the lives of two riders and three cows at Addidome was reported. It is therefore saddening when Ghana has again lost ten people today Sunday, August 22 through a car accident. 3news.com report of an accident that occurred at Gomeo Mampong off the Kasoa-Winneba Highway.
According to a Facebook post by the online news portal, two buses collided with each other leaving ten people dead with several others injured.
An Accra-bound Boss bus with registration number GN 4741-10 and an Ivory Coast-bound Deploma bus with registration number GS 6262-19 were the two buses involved in the accident. The injured have been admitted to the Winneba Trauma Hospital for treatment.
We urge all stakeholders, the drivers, MTTU, and the government to put measures in place to help curb the menace of accidents on our roads.
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