Ghanaian lady gives painful account of how taxi driver refused to pick sick brother before his death

Ghanaian lady gives painful account of how taxi driver refused to pick sick brother before his death

- Akpene Hehemeku, a social media user has narrated a dreadful experience that allegedly contributed to her brother’s death

- The young lady disclosed that a taxi driver refused to pick her sick brother on the dawn of Tuesday, February 25 due to dirt on his legs

- Her brother passed away even after they secured another taxi

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Akpene Hehemeku, a social media user has narrated a heart-wrenching experience that allegedly contributed to her young brother’s demise.

Completely demoralised by the death of her brother, she took to social media to recount their ordeal leading to his death.

Akpene noted that at the dawn of Tuesday, February 25, 2020, her mum went to the roadside to get a car to send her brother to the hospital.

''We managed to take my brother to the roadside so the driver can take it from there. On the way my brother could not walk again so he fell on the way and his legs got dirty with mud. Thank God my mum got a taxi and they came,'' she disclosed.

Hehemeku continued: ''My house is somehow far from the roadside so one have to go to the roadside to look for a taxi. That faithful Tuesday dawn my mum went to the roadside to get a car to send my bro to the hospital. We managed to take my brother to the roadside so the driver can take it from there. On the way my brother could not walk again so fell on the way and his legs got dirty with mud. Thank God my mum got a taxi and they come.

This taxi driver looked at my brother and said cos his legs got dirty with mud he can't put him in his car and this was about 4:30 am at dawn. We tot he was a joking and to our surprise he reversed and drove away without helping to serve his life.

He left him oooo that how some people can be wicked to another human being. Maybe he could have saved my brother's life ooooo cos Getting another taxi delayed everything. My bro is gone! Gone! Gone! My heart is heavy cos I know how I can go to just put smiles on people's faces but mine is just tears..... Where are we going in this country? Where is our conscience? One thing I know is God will see us through. Is still like a movie to me. My heart is bleeding.''

In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the struggles of Korsah Christian Tanor, a young Ghanaian Senior High School graduate has come to the attention of YEN.com.gh after his West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) result slip was posted on social media.

Despite completing the 2019 West African Examination Certification Examination (WASSCE) with remarkable scores, Korsah Christian Tanor faces the challenge of not being able to further his education due to financial setbacks.

The former Science student graduated from the St James’ Seminary and Senior High School (SHS) with 7A’s and a B2. He chalked all As in Elective and Core Mathematics, Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Social Studies and a B2 in English Language.

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