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Many lives are consumed day by day as a result of poor road networks in the country. It is a daily cry of about 90% of Ghanaians, who have been raising concern about how accidents are destroying promising and potential people due to deep potholes in our roads and highways.
On the 12th April, 2021, which was Monday on Accra - Tema Motorway when one of the Ghanaian topnotch diva, Joselyn Dumas spotted one. She advised in her post on Twitter, " Accident on the Accra - Tema Motorway. (Just happened). Why Speed??? Smh." I suppose it is time to match out protest against the officials who are in charge of our roads networks. We can no longer fold our arms to watch Ghanaian citizens die. It has happened to someone today and who can figure out who's next? And I also pass out the same advice to our drivers who operate the steering, to consider the lives on their vehicles to avoid speed of which the end will disastrous.
Life is more precious than money. If you have money without life, it is worthless.
Just read the reactions of Ghanaians after Miss Dumas' twit;
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