Life has different ways of treating each and every one. Whilst some people enjoy full life by attaining old age before meeting their deaths, others die at a tender age. It is heartbreaking for any parent to have their children killed painfully in just a short period of time.
Pictures of the two young girls who were killed by a speeding driver at the premises of the Pentecost church at Kansaworado in the Efia-Kwesimintsim Municipality of the Western Region have been released and people can’t hold their tears. The two young girls, Gloria Quacoo 14, and her sister Abigail Quacoo who is also 16 look very energetic and full of life. They were happy kids who did almost everything together due to the closeness of their ages.
Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Quarcoo had four children in total who are all females, the two who have died are the eldest. The other two are only twelve and four years. Their father, Mr. James Quacoo who recounted memorable times with his children indicated that they were very brilliant and always willing to learn from others. Even on the day of the accident, they took his mobile phone with them to church to aid them in referring to bible verses.
They were respectable children who were liked by many in the area. A look at their pictures shows how identical they were even though they were not twins. But death could not allow them to achieve all their dreams. The Western Region Commander of the MTTD, Superintendent Isaac Sokpa is set to lead a delegation to meet the family of the young girls for the necessary security briefings to be done.
The driver who committed the crime is still at the Effiankwanta Regional Hospital receiving treatment. It is alleged that he was drunk whilst behind the steering wheel but the police are yet to prove that. The vehicle he was driving when he knocked down the two young girls has been damaged beyond repairs. He was driving within a community but was on top speed and that caused that deadly knockdown. The family of the driver is pleading with the parents of the young girls to forgive their relative. They have been to their house a number of times but it is unknown if their plea will be given a listening ear. But the case now lies within the confines of the Ghana Police Service.
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