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Election 2020: Military Man Dies On His Way To Election Duties

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A Military man deployed to keep peace at a polling station in Accra met his untimely death after a vehicle run he and an his Okada rider over. READ ALSO: My Husband Has Refused To Sleep With Me Because Of Galamsey Pressure – Vote Nana Addo Out – Woman Tells Ghanaians Reports say the military … Read more

My Accident was Caused by a Distracted Driver Chatting on Phone Whilst Driving — Amakye Dede

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As the spectre of road accidents has reared its ugly head once again, killing innocent Ghanaians by the dozens, the media has once again started discussing the issue nonstop.

Iron Boy Amakye Dede, who survived a road accident himself, has revealed what led to his own accident three years ago.

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Ghana’s Latest Deadly Road Tragedy — Close to 70 Dead in Ghastly Kintampo Accident

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Almost every other day a ghastly road accident hits this country, leading to the deaths of scores of Ghanaians. Everyone knows road accidents disproportionately take Ghanaian lives but still nothing is done about our poor roads which make driving conditions atrocious.

Thus we often have to contend with needless tragedies such as the latest ghastly road accident, which occurred in the early hours of today.

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Stonebwoy Urges Insensitive Ghanaian Leaders To Fix The Valley-like Potholes On The Accra-Tema Motorway

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Roads in Ghana are mostly in poor conditions due to the irresponsibility of our leaders.

Our roads have claimed the lives of some Ghanaian celebrities, both young and old but our leaders have turned blind eyes to all the accidents in the country ─apparently, fixing roads is on the bottom of their list.

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CHRIS-VINCENT WRITES: Our Leaders Are Lazy Thinkers And Not Innovative, Probably Waiting For A Celebrity To Die Before Fixing The Issues With Tema Motorway

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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri

Road accidents have plagued this country for as long as any of us can remember and as usual our leaders just stuff their heads into the sand and pretend nothing is going on.
The Tema Motorway, which should be the crown jewel of Ghana’s road network system, has suffered from the usual Ghanaian lack of maintenance and has become a death trap of its own at key sections.

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