Two people have been confirmed dead and 13 others in critical condition after a Hyundai mini bus travelling from Acccra to Aflao veered off road on the Tema Motorway.
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How Metro Mass Driver Nearly Ended My Life- By Kofi Amlado. Every one of us who travel in one way or the other needs a careful protection. There are various means by which we travel; some travel by air, others go by car, motor, bicycle and even on foot. Accident has no regard for any means of transport irrespective of […]
Unleashing Terror on Roads with Illegal Speed Ramps The already precarious and deteriorating state of roads in the Upper West region is no pity and worry to residents, that they have taken an irrevocable oath to make them more deplorable. The subculture of constructing speed bumps on any part of a road as desired by residents of that area is […]
Azumah Nelson Injured In Car Accident Professor Azumah Nelson, a retired professional Ghanaian Boxer, was involved in an accident at Odorkor on the Kaneshie-Mallam road Saturday night. Professor Nelson, the former two-time WBC featherweight champion, according to information gathered, was brutally injured and is currently on admission at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital receiving treatment. Eyewitness account indicated that Professor Nelson, […]
Fuel Prices Increase – Transport Fares Likely To Go Up Transport fares are likely to go up across board due to the upward adjustment in fuel prices over the weekend. The Ghana Private Road and Transport Union (GPRTU) met on Monday, February 3 to consider increasing transport fares.
National Security Demolishes Legon Toll Booth Personnel of the National Security Tuesday demolished the toll booth around the Okponglo entrance of the University of Ghana, Legon. The demolition exercise is said to have been carried out in the early hours of Tuesday. The National Security Coordinator, Lt. Col. Larry Gbevlo Lartey, confirmed the demolition to Accra-based Joy FM, saying the […]
52 Killed In Motor Accidents During Christmas More than 52 persons were killed through motor accidents nationwide between December 23 to December 29, 2013 assistant Superintendent of Police, Augustine Akrofi has revealed. According to him the dead were made up of 16 females two of whom were below 18 years and 36 males, five of whom were below 18 years.
Road accidents killing more people than diseases in Ghana At least 26,621 lives were lost through road accidents from January 2000 to September 2013, while about 70, 000 people sustained various degrees of injury within the same period.
Fuel Prices To Go Up. The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has revised upwards the prices of petroleum products with effect from Sunday December 1, 2013. The price of petrol has been increased by over 3 percent. It sells at 219.00 pesewas per litre.
10 Confirmed Dead In Fatal Dominase Accident Ten people have been confirmed dead in a fatal accident at Dominase near Anwhia Nkwanta in the Ashanti region. According to XYZ News’ Ashanti regional correspondent, Isaac Bediako Justice, a Sprinter Bus travelling from Takoradi to Kumasi was run over by an articulated truck traveling from Kumasi to an unknown destination.
Taxi Drivers Sue Accra Metropolitan Assembly More than 10,000 taxi drivers plying their trade in Accra have filed a writ at the High Court for a perpetual injunction to restrain Mr Alfred Oko Vanderpuye, the Accra Metropolitan Chief Executive, and the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) from enforcing bye-laws on commercial transport operations.
Kumasi-Edwira Accident Claims 23. Some 23 passengers, who were Friday traveling from Kumasi to Edwira in a Mercedez benz 207 bus, died on the spot after their bus collided with a tipper truck loaded with stones. According to Radio XYZ’s Ashanti Regional correspondent Isaac Bediako Justice, the tipper truck had rushed onto the road without watching out for oncoming vehicles, […]