Accident one of the most unfortunate incidents which has killed alot of people within this year. Research conducted shows accidents has killed more than the deadly pandemic, Corona Virus that surfaced last 2 years in Ghana.
Since the beginning of this year, thousands of people lost their love ones through road traffic accidents which one way or the other , could have been prevented if rules and regulations were been adhered to on our roads.
The National Road Safety Commission has engaged in am exercise to curb accidents on our roads. This exercise came into light when it was realised alot of accident happens due to either bad roads or on the part of drivers of both commercial and private cars.
Members of the National Road Safety Commission visited most of the transport terminals in major cities to interact with stakeholders and also drivers and passenger onboard buses to have a word with them and also sentisize drivers and passengers on the roads.
They urge passengers to know how best to talk to drivers when on road and also encourage driver to also take enough rest before taking seat to journey passengers to their destinations.
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