GIS boss involved in near-fatal car accident

GIS boss involved in near-fatal car accident

An accident involving President John Dramani Mahama's convoy during his tour in the Upper East region has seen the vehicle of the Bawku sector commander of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS), ACOI Roy Brew's vehicle skidding off the road.

GIS boss involved in near-fatal car accident

The mangled vehicle of the immigration officer

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The accident which is reported to have been caused by the wet road is feared to have somersaulted before it landed on its back among roadside shrubs Monday evening.

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Even though the accident went unnoticed by most part of the presidential entourage, some young men who had lined up along that yet-to-be-tarred road to wave at the convoy rushed to the spot where the pickup had landed to help tip it over to its normal position. Occupants of the vehicles around joined the efforts to pull out the immigration chief and his driver, both in uniform and bruised, from the mangled car.

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