- A female recruit with the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has died in a ghastly motor accident
- Hannah reportedly sat at the back of the okada with both legs on one side of the bike and without a helmet
- After the rider took a sharp turn, she lost balance and fell off the bike
- Unfortunately, a cargo truck travelling on the same road rammed into the motorbike, smashing her head and other parts of her body into pieces
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News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that a female recruit with the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has died in a ghastly motor accident.
The unfortunate incident occurred at Jeway Wharf Junction in the Jomoro Municipality of the Western Region on Monday, May 3, 2021.
The deceased, identified as Hannah Nwole, a 33-year-old officer, as reported by theghanareport, was on her way to work at about 5:50 pm when the incident happened.
The report indicated that she was aboard a commercial motorbike, popularly known as okada enroute Anomatoape Checkpoint where she was to report for duty.
Hannah reportedly sat at the back of the okada with both legs on one side of the bike and without a helmet.
According to an eyewitness report from the scene of the accident, the rider took a sharp turn since her legs were positioned at one side of the bike, and she lost balance and fell off the bike.
Unfortunately, a cargo truck travelling on the same road rammed into the motorbike, smashing her head and other parts of her body into unrecognizable pieces, killing her instantly.
Her body has since been deposited at the Half Assini Hospital morgue awaiting autopsy.
Meanwhile, the rider of the okada luckily escaped unhurt or bruised.
Motorcycle accidents contributed approximately 40% to the total deaths in the last year.
Heartbreaking as 18-year-old student battles for his life after police reportedly shot him near Techiman
The 18-year-old, Emmanuel Obeng, was reportedly shot at close range by the officers at Krobo near Techiman in the Bono East Region, according to a report sighted on myjoyonline.com.
Admitted at the Holy Family Hospital, Obeng is said to have been on oxygen, aiding his breathing. He sustained a gunshot wound on the chest, the outlet reported.
Confirming the incident, the police said they received a call in the wee hours of Sunday, May 2, 2021, that some officers of the service shot an individual at Krobo.
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