A trotro Mate and passenger Fight over change which leads to the death of passenger. The incident occurred at Kojokrom in the western region of Ghana.
The passenger took the car and was to pay 7.50ps due to the new increase in fuel Price and was willing to pay 5.50ps and was demanding for his change and the driver and Maye was refusing to give the 2 cedi change to the passenger which lead to the fight. The fight was not just a normal agreement but it was a fist to fist fight, the driver threw a having blow to the passenger and the other passengers trying to separate the fight also received slaps from the driver. The news which came was that the passenger felt and died but going through investigation the passenger was just considered to be knock on convoys due to the blow given to him. The other passengers shouted that the man should be sent to the hospital immediately. God being so good the man is Alive, and the driver was taken to the police station for incident he caused.
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