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In a recent viral news, the Accra-Cape Coast road has been declared the deadliest in Africa. This was revealed in an article released by the British Daily Mail, which researched the dangerous roads in the world.
A group of researchers from Budget Direct, British, were sent to conduct the investigation, and the statement they released stated " In Africa, the road with the deadliest reputation is the Accra to Cape Coast Road in Ghana, which connects Accra to Cape Coast. Between 2004 and 2011, there were 6,104 accidents and 7,465 casualties."
Giving extra details about the research, it was mentioned in the report that, in other parts of the Continent, the other deadliest roads is the Kenya Mombasa to Nairobi road which claimed 27 lives in 8 months in 2019 alone.
Indeed the security system in our Country must be tightened to ensure safety, not only on our roads, but in every place it's needed.
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