A report from the Ashanti Region indicates that the Honda car below was involved in an accident at Manso Kensere today, 13th July 2021. The reporter did not state whether there were any fatalities as a result of this accident but what some Ghanaians cannot understand is how the accident happened.
Looking at the pictures below, the car seems to hit two light poles with one of the poles entering the middle of the windscreen. The question most Ghanaians asked is: How come the pole was able to get into the middle of the windscreen without passing through any side of the car?
It will be impossible to believe that the light pole came from above and entered the windscreen. It looks like the car hit the first light pole and passed through it to hit the other but there is no mark on the front of the car proving this.
People who came around did not even believe their eyes.
Check out reactions from some Ghanaians after coming across the picture:
A Facebook user known as Abeam Danso said that "You should tell us what cause this instead of putting us in a suspense.
Another Facebook user known as Richard Yiadom also said that "Ns3m pii, wonders shall never end".
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