The deputy Minister for Communications, George Andah, has been discharged from the hospital after his near-fatal accident two weeks ago.
In a Facebook post on Friday, he disclosed that he has successfully been discharged from the hospital.
Mr. Andah was involved in an accident on November 3 on the Bawjiase road in Kasoa, while he and his entourage were travelling to Loye, a village near Gomoa Buduburam.
The deputy Minister was reportedly travelling to a funeral in the company of three other persons when the accident occurred.
He was subsequently airlifted to the 37 Military Hospital, where he has been receiving treatment and recuperating.
However, he has now confirmed his discharge from hospital on Friday morning.
“I am writing to inform you of my discharge from the 37 Military Hospital, and taking the next steps closer to a clean bill of health,” Mr. Andah’s post read.
“To my team who were involved in the accident, my prayers continue to be with each of you as you also continue your journey of recovery. May God be with and strengthen you.
“To the medical staff at the St. Gregory medical facility, I offer overwhelming appreciation for the passion with which your duty was delivered. You took the first few hours to stabilize us, and put hope into the situation and I can't be more grateful,” he added.
Apart from Mr Andah, his driver, a police guard and two officials of the governing New Patriotic Party, who were travelling with the Deputy Minister, also got injured. The driver of the tipper truck was also injured.
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