- A Ford bus crashed into a broken down tipper truck , killing five passengers
- This incident happened at Noka, a Suburb of Nsawam Adoagyiri
- Bodies of the deceased have been deposited at the Nsawam government hospital
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Five persons are feared dead after a Ford bus they were traveling on crashed into a breakdown tipper truck at Noka, a Suburb of Nsawam Adoagyiri in the Eastern region.
The bus with registration number GE 9635-20 which was traveling to Adeiso rammed into the stationery truck with registration number AW 1172-11.
The broken-down truck was fully loaded with trips of sand and has been there for some days now.
The driver of the Ford bus, his mate and three passengers lost their lives after residents cut parts of vehicle to rescue them.
The bodies of the deceased have been deposited at the Nsawam government hospital for preservation. The police is yet to comment on it.
Accra Hearts of Oak VS Kotoko
Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram, Sam George, believes it will be inappropriate for singer, Kuami Eugene to perform at the Accra Sports Stadium during the Hearts Versus Kotoko match on Sunday, June 27.
There is confirmation that Hiplife singer will be opening the competitive game between both teams of the Ghana Premier League. But Same George says Kuami Eugene must opt for performing at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi or on the Asante Kotoko bus enroute Accra.
“Accra Hearts of Oak belongs to the fans. We say we do not want Kwami Eugene to perform at our stadium on Sunday. He can perform at Baba Yara before they leave Kumasi or perform on their team bus,” he tweeted.
Tickets for the competitive game sold out less than two hours after being placed for sale. These tickets, a little over 10,000, were issued die to the restrictions of the Coronavirus Pandemic.
To this end, the Accra Sports Stadium will only be opened to 25 percent of capacity, despite an appeal by management of Accra Hearts of Oak for an expansion of the numbers.
Both teams share 46 points each with Accra Hearts of Oak on top with a goal difference.
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