-Member of Parliament for Dome-Kwabenya is reported to have been involved in an accident
-The incident occurred as the lawmaker journeyed to Cape Coast to participate in yesterday’s NPP Delegates Conference
-No casualties were recorded
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The Member of Parliament for Dome-Kwabenya, Sarah Adwoa Safo was purportedly embroiled in a car accident yesterday on her way to Cape Coast.
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It was reported that on August 26, the legislator was travelling to join her party faithful to mark the annual Delegates Conference in Cape Coast when an Opel Astra Salon car veered into the path of the Member of Parliament’s car.
It is reported that the driver of the MP’s Lexus Cross Country Automobile maneuvered out of the way but did not manage to make a clean shave as the bumber and headlights got damaged from the collision.
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However, the driver of the Opel Astra vehicle, lost control and ended up in a ditch.
Reports that have emerged from the scene of the incident indicate that all the parties involved in the accident escape unharmed.
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The Dome-Kwabenya MP came under a barrage of attacks when it was reported that she was taking credit for a project that was supposed to be credited to former president John Dramani Mahama. The lawmaker cleared the air on the matter and credit was given to whom it was due on the matter.
The lawmaker is also the Minister of State in charge of procurement in the current Akufo-Addo-led administration.
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