A former New patriotic Party (NPP) Women’s Organiser for the Bolgatanga Central body has died during a road accident on Sunday.
Esther Lariba Atia, United Nations agency is additionally the Vice Principal guilty of Administration at the Bolgatanga Technical Institute (BOTECH), died on the spot when her automobile veered off the road somersaulted into a ditch.
According to witnesses, Madam Atia was driving round the workplace of the Conte Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta stream Authority (VRA) off the Bolgatanga-Navrongo road once a motor rider crossed her automobile.
In the quest to forestall blooming into the traveller, the NPP Women’s Organiser lost management of her vehicle and somersaulted many times and eventually landing on its roof.
Madam Atia died on the spot, whereas the girl riding the bike sustained varied degrees of injuries.
The lucky woman was then hurried to the Bolgatanga Government Hospital and is presently receiving treatment.
The body of the late women's organizer has been deposited at the hospital for preservation.
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