The increasing number of road accidents claiming lives and changing the livelihood of survivors has become an albatross around the necks of some Ghanaians. This unfortunate turn of event for cars on roads has provoked the interest of Multimedia’s best journalist -Seth Kwame Boateng. He launched a documentary in finding out how and why this is happening.
The video was premiered on Monday, April 12, 2021, and Ghanaians couldn’t hold their tears. Kwame Sefa Kayi interviewed Seth Kwame and quizzed him about his mission for doing that.
Narrating the events he witnessed during the making of the documentary, Seth Kwame told very sad stories of three road accidents that left Kwame Sefa Kayi very gloomy. In sombre, Sefa Kayi continued his questions while Seth Kwame kept telling other situations where people die and get buried without their families aware.
Recklessness from drivers, over speeding, wrong moves and negligence by police on the roads are some of the major causes of accidents in the roads of Ghana.
Ghanaians should be very careful with how we use the road as riders. Life is one and if you trivialize, you wouldn’t get to live again.
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