Zabzugu MP, others involved in car crash

Zabzugu MP, others involved in car crash

The NDC Member of Parliament for Zabzugu Constituency in the Northern Region, Alhassan Umar Obaako, has been involved in a car accident on the Tamale-Zabzugu road.

According a Citifmonline.com report the car crash involved also former District Chief Executive for the area, Iddrisu Alidu Laabandoo and a driver.

The report noted that the MP has broken an arm, while the former DCE sustained some minor injuries.

Zabzugu MP, others involved in car crash

Alhassan Umar Obaako recovering from the accident. Credit:Citifmonline.com

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The driver of the vehicle is however stable.

The MP, Alhassan Umar Obaako and the people onboard his car were travelling for a funeral in the constituency when the accident occurred.

Confirming the incident to Citi News, the Deputy Secretary of the National Democratic Congress [NDC] for Zabzugu constituency, Mohammed Adam, said “the vehicle somersaulted about three times and finally landed.”

Zabzugu MP, others involved in car crash

The mangled vehicle of the Zabzugu MP. Credit: Citifmonline.com

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We thank God Almighty for saving the lives of our people, and pray that the good lord will continue to protect them and also heal them speedily for us,” he added.

They are currently receiving treatment at the Tamale Teaching Hospital.

Road accidents is a menace in Ghana that take lives of people on a daily basis. Two weeks ago, one of the country’s biggest and buddying musicians, Ebony reigns lost her life in an accident on the Kumasi-Sunyani High.

Two other people lost their lives too in the same accident.

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