I Heard Them Screaming For Help: Sad Revelation From Eye Witness After Accident Leaves Nine Dead

Ghana has been plunged into another state of mourning as a reported news by Citinews has left the whole of Ghana in a position of shock and pain.

As nine people are reported dead after a VIP Bus with Registration Number, 5693-15, on which they were travelling to Wa in the Upper West Region, got involved in an accident at Gindabour in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District of the Savannah Region.

An eyewitness who gave his name as Joseph Abagna revealed that all he heard was a huge sound while he was fetching firewood for supper. He claimed he quickly had the intuition that it might surely be an accident.

He immediately dashed to the place and found bodies scattered around lifeless, some human body parts severed off, and the sound of the morning crying for help too.

The eyewitness has it that he immediately asked another person to place an emergency call which he did.

The dead and injured have been conveyed to the Upper West Regional Hospital.

May their gentle souls rest in peace and speedy recovery to the hospitalized.

CAUTION: Let’s drive with extra carefulness as the year gets to an end, your life matter.

Washington announced its boycott earlier in the week, saying it was prompted

Washington announced its boycott earlier in the week, saying it was prompted by widespread rights abuses by Beijing (pictured, China’s President Xi Jinping) and what it sees as a ‘genocide’ against the Muslim Uyghur minority in Xinjiang

China has warned the UK, US, Canada and Australia they will ‘pay the price’ for a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

Washington announced its boycott earlier in the week, saying it was prompted by widespread rights abuses by China and what it sees as a ‘genocide’ against the Muslim Uyghur minority in Xinjiang.

The UK, Australia and Canada followed suit in a flurry of diplomatic bonhomie on Wednesday. The boycott stopped short of not sending athletes but nonetheless infuriated Beijing, which hinted at retaliation on Thursday.

‘The US, Australia, Britain and Canada’s use of the Olympic platform for political manipulation is unpopular and self-isolating, and they will inevitably pay the price for their wrongdoing,’ foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told reporters.

The veiled threat came as France said it would not boycott the February Games because ‘sports is a world in itself, which must be protected from political interference.’

The Kremlin, however, criticised the US move, saying the 2022 games should be ‘free of politics’. Russian President Vladimir Putin has already accepted an invitation by Chinese leader Xi Jinping to attend.

Meanwhile International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach said on Wednesday that he was staying politically neutral on the matter, while insisting the important point was ‘the participation of the athletes in the Olympic Games’.

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SOURCE: Daily Msil, Lauren Lewis

Court grants warrant for arrest of Nhyiaeso MP Stephen AmoahCourt grants warrant for arrest of Nhyiaeso MP Stephen Amoah

Modernghana News has learned that a Court in Accra has granted a bench warrant to the Police for the arrest of Nhyiaeso Member of Parliament (MP), Dr. Stephen Amoah.
The MP is one of seven persons cited by the Ghana Police Service in a statement for breaking road traffic regulations on Tuesday, December 7, 2021.

Processed and expected to appear in court today, the Nhyiaeso MP failed to show up.

As a result, the Police prosecutors handling the case prayed the court to issue a warrant for his arrest.

After succeeding, the Police have secured the warrant and can now cause the arrest of the Member of Parliament.

He is likely to be charged with careless driving, dangerous driving, and causing road obstruction among others.

Below is the full list of persons cited by the Police for breaking road traffic regulations on Tuesday.

  1. Driver in charge of Toyota Landcruiser V8 with registration number GN 5532 – 17, Mr. Joseph Brown
  2. Driver in charge Toyota Land Cruiser with registration number GT 7059 – 20, Hon. Dr. Stephen Amoah
  3. Driver in charge of Toyota 4 Runner with registration number GE 303 – 20, Mr. Samuel A. Anim
  4. Driver in charge Toyota Land Cruiser with registration number GE 1611 – 17, Emmanuel Kofi Ofori
  5. Driver in charge of Toyota Highlander 4×4 SUV with registration number GE 14 – 21, Mr. Dimini Atuahene
  6. Driver in charge Toyota Land Cruiser with registration number GN 3516 – 18, Mr. Daniel Boateng
  7. Driver in charge of Toyota Land Cruiser with registration number GT 856 – 20, Thomas Atinga.

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