The worst elements of society came out in the aftermath of a tragedy to loot as much as they could, taking advantage of the fear and panic caused by the blast.
According to Police, about 123 people have reported missing/stolen items, including cars, in the aftermath of the Atomic Junction gas explosion.
Owner of Kencity Media, parent company of Net 2 Tv, Hon Kennedy Agyepong, has spoken out on the death of a cameraman from his station, Mohammed Ashley Yakubu, who died Saturday during the Atomic Gas Explosion.
According to the Assin Central MP, Mohammed’s death was his destiny and can only be described as an ‘Act of God’.
NPP supporter and veteran highlife star, Kwabena Kwabena, has called for the President and his team to get to work and ensure such gas explosions are a thing of the past.
Reciting statistics on the recent unfortunate spate of such explosions, Kwabena Kwabena listed what he thinks are the problems with Ghana which lead to such recurring tragedies and charged the President to solve it.
Host of Joy Fm’s Super Morning Show, Kojo Yankson, is the talk of town after his fascinating reportage on the cause of the Atomic Junction gas explosion was torn to shreds and his credibility completely destroyed.
Yankson’s now viral report claimed the explosion originated from a khebab (chichinga) seller who works near the gas station, but that claim has now been thoroughly mocked and completely debunked by the fire service.
Saturday’s explosion at Atomic Junction in Madina saw many people narrowly miss suffering the misfortune of those who died who were injured in the blast.
The massive blast ignited mass pandemonium, as people run for their lives from the expanding blaze. Many abandoned their cars to flee on foot.
Ghana nearly witnessed a fatal catastrophe yesterday when a Gas Station at Atomic Junction exploded into a gigantic fireball.
Reports from the grounds this morning by Broadcaster, Kojo Yankson indicates that the explosion was caused by a Khebab seller who operates just across the street of the Gas station.
A gas station blew into in flames at Atomic Junction after residents heard a loud sound of explosion.
The ball of flame could be seen from afar and several properties are seen caught in the inferno with the fear of people being trapped in the burns.