NPP's Sammy Awuku involved in car accident in the Ashanti Region

NPP's Sammy Awuku involved in car accident in the Ashanti Region

- Sammy Awuku has escaped death after he was involved in a road crash

- The incident on the Ejisu-Konongo stretch in the Ashanti Region

- Fortunately, Sammy Awuku’s driver also escaped the near fatal accident

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The National Organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Sammy Awuku has escaped death after he was involved in a road crash on the Ejisu-Konongo stretch in the Ashanti Region.

The incident occurred when Awuku was returning from Koforidua on Thursday after he had gone to train party organisers and volunteer groups.

According to a report filed by Citinewsroom, a tricycle crossed his vehicle just after Ejisu and lost control of its brakes causing it to run into the vehicle carrying him.

NPP's Sammy Awuku involved in car accident in the Ashanti Region

NPP's Sammy Awuku involved in car accident in the Ashanti Region Source: Citinewsroom
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The vehicle, however, veered off the road and in the process got damaged.

Fortunately, Sammy Awuku’s driver also escaped the near fatal accident.

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Sammy Awuku has been on the rounds training Party Organizers and mobilizers ahead of the elections.

In other news, the Parliamentary Candidate on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for the New Juaben North constituency, Sampson Oti Boateng, has passed away.

He reportedly died on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 after a short illness according to a report filed by 3news.com.

According to the report, he met his untimely death at a hospital in Koforidua.

YEN.com.gh can not ascertain what illness exactly caused his untimely death.

He defeated Emmanuel Kwaku Asante, a former MCE, in the party’s primaries in 2019 to become the party’s candidate for the upcoming December 7 parliamentary polls.

He would have gone against the New Patriotic Party’s Kwasi Adjei-Boateng, a Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, for the seat.

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