Sarkodie Goes Bananas On Twitter After Another Road Accident Claimed More Innocent Lives Whilst Greedy Politicians Do Nothing

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The spate of road accidents in Ghana continues unabated as every new day brings with it a new tragedy involving Ghanaians dying like chickens.

It was in February this year that the entire country was massively shocked following the death of the sensational pop star Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, aka Ebony Reigns, in a road accident.

Ebony’s shocking death led to no significant change and more than half a year later we are still having to deal with people continuing to perish in road accidents.

Following the brouhaha of the Madina-Adenta highway and its issues, another problem leading to more road deaths reared its ugly head.

The Tema Motorway was the scene of a gory accident over the weekend that led to the death of a mother and her child.

The accident was believed to have been caused by one of the numerous potholes on the road which is also cursed with a lack of street lights.

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One person unhappy with the constant road accidents is Sark, who in the past has even released a song against it.

He took to twitter to post gory videos from the accident scene, videos he later took down.

“Just had a call from a friend of mine about an accident that just happened on the TEMA motorway involving a woman and her baby due to these same potholes we complaining about smh.” he wrote.

Sark then apologized for his gory videos but remained angry that people keep dying over and over again due to the same road accidents and nothing gets done about them.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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