Since the beginning of the year, there hasn't been a single day without news of an accident in the country. Accidents have claimed many lives in Ghana, even more than Covid-19, but the number continues to rise on a daily basis. According to information received this morning from Saltpond, a fuel truck and a VIP bus were involved in a horrific accident. The catastrophe claimed the lives of two people, according to credible sources, whose identities have not been published.
The collision was so severe that both automobiles were nearly destroyed at the head, rendering them unrepairable or unrecognizable. More information reveals that the accident occurred at Samreboi at 2 a.m., midnight. The bus was most likely traveling from Takoradi or Cape when it encountered the tragic situation.
How much longer will we live as a country like this, waiting for everyone to die before doing the right thing? Are there meant to be twin roads in opposite directions in the twenty-first century? To lessen the number of accidents that occur every day, the government that oversees this country must make it a top priority to build dual carriage roads on all important highways.
Many people may perish in accidents on a daily basis unless the correct thing is done. Drivers should make it a priority to arrive in peace, not in pieces, at all times during their driving careers. Transport businesses must also refrain from operating at all hours of the night, as they do every day.
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