Two of Shatta Wale’s Militants, Addi Self and Natty Lee Nearly Die In East Legon Accident

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Two members of the Shatta Movement family very close to their ‘daddy’, Addi Self and Natty Lee, can count themselves lucky to be alive today.

The two were reportedly on their way to Wale’s East Legon residence today when they were involved in a near-fatal car crash.

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According to a fellow SM fan who was on the scene of the accident, the incident transpired around ‘Ability’ whilst headed towards Adjiringanor.

According to the eyewitness, the car the duo was riding in was crossed by a Uber driver and in an attempt to avoid a collision, they run into another car instead.

Photos from the scene show the car of the two militants in terrible shape, showing how lucky they were to escape with their lives.

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The two are said to have escaped with minor injuries and are expected to be fine.

Road accidents claiming lives in Ghana is nothing new, whether you go back a year to Ebony’s or over a decade to Suzy Williams’. Or those who die on the roads every day but we do not hear about because they aren’t famous.

But no matter how many die, there’s very little done to actually tackle the root of the issue.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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