Sad – Alhaji Iddrisu And 4 Others Reported Dead After A Fatal Road Accident – Nhyira Fm

The country is still in a mourning state after the sudden death of the NDC founder and former president, JJ Rawlings, but it is obvious that another sad news has been added to it as Alhaji Iddrisu and 4 others are reported dead after a fatal road accident which was confirmed by Nhyira Fm.

Amidst the mourning and sorrowful time of the country, another sad news has again engulf the street today as a very data road accident took the lives of 5 and left many in a very critical condition at the moment.

However, it was reported that the accident happened due to the driver’s trying to overtake another vehicle at the front and then the unexpected and misfortune unfolded.

The deceased include the driver in charge of the Pick-Up vehicle identified as Alhaji Mustapha Iddrisu, aged 50-years.

According to reports, it was confirmed that about seventeen others who are in critical condition are on admission at the Obuasi Government and Anglogold Ashanti Hospitals, where the bodies of the deceased have been deposited.

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It was also confirmed that several other victims who were yet to be identified are in critical condition receiving treatment at two different unmentioned hospitals.

Furthermore, our prayers is that God will continue to uphold and protect our families, love ones and relatives from the death in all areas.

May the deceased soul rest in peace.

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