Presidential Convoy Carrying Family Of Mahama Escapes Accident

Presidential Convoy Carrying Family Of Mahama Escapes Accident

Reports indicates the convoy conveying President John Mahama's family to Thursday's commissioning of the first promised 200 new secondary schools at Ekumfi Otuam in the Central Region escaped an accident en route the program. 

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It all happened when the said presidential convoy rammed into a Chrysler belonging to a real estate developer at Domiase, Nana Agyemang. Eyewitnesses report one of the national security operative immediately pulled the president's family out of the vehicle as he further pulled out a gun threatening to kill the said driver in cold blood for reckless driving.

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So far, no harm nor injuries has been reported as the president's family got transferred into a different vehicle by military driver Benjamin Takyi. A statement from the Flagstaff house is yet to be made on the incident as police begin investigations into the said accident.


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