- The mother of 4 kids who perished in a fire outbreak at Amasaman in Accra has spoken about the heaviness of her loss
- She narrated what she saw upon arriving at the scene from church & also used the opportunity to clear the air regarding rumours going around about her oldest daughter
- As sad as her loss was, the reverend minister said she remains grateful that her lastborn had gone to the church with her before the fire started
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The mother of four children who perished during a fire outbreak at Amasaman in Accra has spoken regarding the entire heartbreaking incident.
According to 3news.com, the sad mother named Sister Afia spoke in a radio interview, indicating that she is going through a lot of emotions because of the heavy loss.
Narrating what she saw upon arriving at the scene, the heartbroken mother who is also a reverend minister said:
“In fact, when we got to the scene the people around said they heard the cry of the children and when they got closer they saw the smoke but when they called us the fire had gotten out of hand.”
See the photo of the four children below (lastborn excluded):
According to the lady pastor, her daughter had asked her to take the lead and promised to come with the other siblings when 30 minutes later, a resident rushed to inform her about the fire outbreak.
As sad as her loss was, the reverend minister said she remains grateful that her lastborn had gone to the church with her before the fire started.
Sista Afia also used the opportunity to clear the air on rumours going around that her 16-year-old daughter was the cause of the fire because she had left to her boyfriend's place.
To that, Sista Afia commented:
"I am going through a lot so I don’t like what they are saying about me and my daughter. If she left for her boyfriend’s house, how come she is part of the dead children?” she asked
The sad incident happened on Wednesday, 28th October 2020 dawn at Fise a town near Amasaman in the Ga North Municipality in the Greater Accra Region.
The children aged, 16, 13, 9 and 7 were asleep when the fire gutted their four-bedroom house.
Outside that heavy loss, YEN.com.gh also reported that a disturbing video of a taxi and another saloon car that were trapped in floodwater after just an hour of heavy downpour has raised many eyebrows on social media.
In the footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of factsandtruths_official, it is confirmed that the incident was recorded around Santa Maria in Accra.
According to the lady who took the footage from a save haven, the cars were containing about three people each before the flood overwhelmed the cars.
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