- 3 young siblings whose lives ended during a crash at Nyanteh near the Eastern University at Somanya have been laid to rest
- Hundreds of mourners came along to commiserate with the family for their tragic loss
- The mother of the kids, who suffered a severe fracture, is reported to currently be at the St Joseph Hospital, Effiduase, where she is receiving treatment
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Three siblings, who all lost their lives in a road crash that occurred at Nyanteh near the Eastern University at Somanya, have sadly been laid to rest.
According to reports by 3news.com, an Opel Astra taxi cab with registration number AS 2061-12 and a Green Hyundai H-100 with registration number 5954-15 had a head-on collision on that fateful day.
The taxi driver was driving from Accra towards Somanya with eight passengers, including children on board, while that of the Hyundai had 13 passengers on board.
Unfortunately, three siblings, aged four to nine, namely Marvin Oyanor, 4, Shannel Awudza, 4, and Kadmiel Kota, 9 lost their lives in the process.
It is reported that hundreds of emotional mourners thronged the cemetery to pay their last respects to them and commiserate with the family.
Their mother, who suffered a severe fracture, is reported to currently be at the St Joseph Hospital, Effiduase receiving treatment.
In another sad report by YEN.com.gh, Chris Afelete Tamakloe, one of the young finalists of the Keyboard Idol reality show on Citi TV passed on from a car crash, as reported by Citi FM on the morning of September 23, 2020.
Out of the hundreds of entries that were received, the talented 14-year-old Chris was able to make to the top 10 remaining contestants of the competition before his untimely demise.
Many Ghanaians have flooded social media with heartbreaking comments after learning of the passing of the super-talented young man.
Meanwhile, a young man in Ghana called Alex Biney and identified with the Twitter handle, @AlexKodzoBiney, has dropped a video of a strange product he found in an Ideal Milk container.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Alex's personal Twitter handle, the gentleman mentioned that he intended to add his milk to tom brown only to find a brown-looking substance in the tin.
According to him, he initially perforated the sealed tin but the milk did not pour out as expected, which forced him to take off an entire surface of the container.
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