- Some prayerful men and women were spotted saying powerful prayers over the Accra-Kumasi highway to stop accidents
- In a video, the people of God were seen spraying anointing oil and it is hoped that God answers the prayers of His people
- Admittedly, too many lives have been lost to road crashes that have occurred on the Accra-Kumasi highway
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A group of men and women of God have been captured along the Accra-Kumasi highway praying powerfully to stop accidents along the stretch.
In a video report file by Ghanaweb.com and sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube channel of the media organization, the prayerful group made spirit-filled proclamations and were seen holding bottles of anointing oil.
It is hoped that God listens to the prayers of his people and heals the land of the many incidents of accidents that are being reported in recent times.
Watch the video below:
On Tuesday, September 15, 2020, 10 people died in an accident at Kyekyewere on the Accra-Kumasi Highway.
Over 80 other passengers of a Yutong bus and an STC bus were also injured in the accident, which occurred in the early hours of the eventful day.
This is only one of several reports of accidents that occurred along the same stretch.
According to graphic.com.gh, three people died with 48 others injured on June 17 whilst eight persons died on May 13.
YEN.com.gh recently reported that accomplished Ghanaian rapper and radio presenter, Pope Skinny, has descended on everyone who has been criticizing Ama Broni, the lady who died mysteriously on stage.
Ama occupied headlines in the past few days after she removed her clothes on stage and fell to her death when some men tried to take advantage of the situation.
According to Pope Skinny, the lady was simply trying to make ends meet and put food on the table at all cost, and should not be blamed for deciding to go the extra mile.
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