Road accidents are becoming prevalent in Ghana. The cause of road accidents are numerous and care should be taken when driving to prevent such incidents from happening. As posted, by the Pentecost church of Ghana on their Facebook page, an overseer has been involved in a very serious accident when traveling to perform an official assignment on Wednesday 9th June 2021.
Overseer Samuel Odoom of the Kwabeng District in the Suhum Area miraculously escaped death when he was driving his vehicle along the Kwabeng-Suhum stretch. On reaching Osino his car tyre bursted and forced the vehicle to ram into two trees before somersaulting four times and landed finally. The preacher narrated his ordeal in an interview to Pentecost News.
He also recounted how his daughter had also been involved in an accident at the same spot after she visited them and was returning back to Accra. The passengers who were in the same vehicle with his daughter sustained various degrees of injuries whiles the daughter escaped unhurt.
"This is definitely a miracle and I give Glory to God" he said. Both father and daughter are alive by the grace of God.
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