Ghanaian striker David Accam's US home destroyed by storm

Ghanaian striker David Accam's US home destroyed by storm

- Popular Ghanaian striker David Accam's home in the US has been massively ravaged by Tornado

- The huge tornado that killed at least 25 people in the area hit overnight, levelling streets, smashing glass, ripping off roofs, destroying homes and downing power lines

- The popular striker who also plays for Nashville SC took to his twitter handle to record how everything in his living room and bedroom was completely destroyed

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Top Ghanaian striker David Accram's house in the US has been completely annihilated by a massive tornado that hit his area Nashville, Tennessee on Monday, March 2, 2020.

According to Aljazeera.com, the huge tornado killed at least 25 people. It is indicated that the tornadoes hit overnight, levelling streets, smashing glass, ripping off roofs, destroying homes, downing power lines and leaving debris in its wake.

Reports also indicated that the ruthlessness of the disaster prompted Governor Bill Lee to declare a state of emergency in the region.

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See video showing the destruction in David Accam's living room and bedroom below:

The Ghanaian striker who was part of the Black Stars team during the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations when Ghana finished runners-up took to his official Twitter handle to break news about the destruction he suffered.

Although the spoil was massive, the Ghanaian striker now plays his club football for Nashville SC mentioned that he is grateful to have survived it.

In the words of David Accam himself: "Craziest night ever. Thank God we survived it". It is hoped that David Accam would be able to repair his place and get back to normal life soon.

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In other news, a Ghanaian police officer has been captured in a video that is fast going viral as he rejected an amount of money that was to be used to bribe him and strongly warned the driver not to repeat that.

The identity of the police officer is not fully confirmed but it appears as though he comes from the Volta Region and resides in an Akan community as he spoke Twi with a minor Ewe accent.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the officer stopped the vehicle commonly known as 'Mahama Camboo' to make some checks.

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