All is not well as accident is claiming more lives in Ghana than any other disease.
Accident in Ghana is undoubtedly the canker with unidentified antidote despite the numerous campaigns on roadsafety.
One sad story that hit the residents of Konongo in the Ashanti region is a cheating husband and side chick dying in a gory accident.
A 35 year old husband together with his side chick who was a student of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology met their untimely death when they run into a parked cement truck.
The incidence happened around 8pm when the cheating husband got a call and told the innocent wife he would be right back.
Unfortunately, he together with the KNUST student died instantly and their remains are deposited at the morgue for preservation.
This year, Road crashes has killed more than the deadly Covid-19 pandemic that hit the nation a year ago.
We need to have a permanent cure and see and end to this canker as soon as possible.
By: Nana Gyasi
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