People are eager to spread news that they lay their hands on. As a result of how they are always in haste to publish the news, they do not even think about assessing the situation to find out the truth and other necessary details that can be associated to the news they are providing to the public. It is all over social media that, a terrible occured in Kumasi in an area called Akomadan and 35 passengers passed on.
This afternoon live on Angel TV, Orgasm News team visited the scene of the accident and they reported what they have seen or gathered from the grounds. Before any other thing, Angel TV reporter in Kumasi reported to Kwadwo Dickson live on Angel TV that, even though people are saying that, 35 persons died in the accident. But his records and investigations shows that, only 7 seven persons died.
Other victim who survived stated that, the VIP Bus held a capacity of 45 persons. But when they reached Techiman, ten of them alighted and others came on board on their journey. He again stated that, at the initial stage of the accident, they were able to brake the windows of the bus and many of them escaped before the fire sparked.
These are enough evidence to state that, the number of people who died in the Accident in Akomandan in the Ashanti Region, were not up to 35 but 7 seven. This is to say that, Angel TV reported that only 7 persons died when the accident occured.
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