- Former President John Dramani Mahama has expressed worry over the recent spate of road accidents that have claimed the lives of over 60 people in a day
- Ghanaians on social media have also wondered what the former president do about the problem while in office
Ghanaians on social media have reacted to former president John Dramani Mahama’s comment that most roads in Ghana have become “killing fields”.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer expressed worry over the recent spate of road accidents across the country.
“Our roads are becoming killing fields and road safety continues to be a major challenge,” he lamented.
Mahama’s comments come in the wake of two separate gory road accidents which occurred last Friday, March 22, 2019.
Both accidents claimed close to 70 lives, with many more sustaining various degrees of injuries following the incident.
The first accident occurred in the early hours of Friday (around 2:00 AM) in the new Bono East region following a head-on collision between two buses.
Hours later on the same day, a second gory accident was reported at Ekumfi Dunkwa of the Central region.
Meanwhile, Ghanaians on social media have had their say on Mahama’s comment that roads in the country have become “killing fields”.
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Seth on Facebook thinks John Mahama is being a hypocrite
Najas wants to know what the former president do about the carnage while in office.
Lievel wants to know why Mahama is complaining, especially when he claims he fixed all roads in Ghana.
Nana Amankwa says Mahama is just a talkative.
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