Today is Saturday and Boadu the news anchor drops sad news on Angel TV as he confirm the death of great men involved in a terrible accident. They are all dead on the sport of the accident and were sent to the mortuary straight away.
For the words of Oboubi Boadu, the accident occurred in one of the popular places in Ghana as he name it as Ahafo North Municipality. He narrated how they all died as a result of the accident.
He added that, one of them is named Ignatus and he had accident few days ago but that did not take away his life. He went further to ride his motorcycle with his old wounds and now he did not survive the accident that occurred in Ahafo North Municipality.
"The other man also had left behind his wife and his two months child. The place where the accident occurred is a dangerous zone where accident normally occur. They were not able to make it or survive the accident. They are all dead. The people in Ahafo North Municipality are mourning over the death of the two men" - Oboubi Boadu stated on Angel TV.
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