second lady Samira Bawumia Involved in Fatal Highway Accident: Investigation Underway

Yesterday around 1 pm, a horrific accident occurred on the Accra-Kumasi N6 highway, as confirmed by the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS). Among the victims was Samira Bawumia, the wife of the Vice President. Reports indicate that there was one fatality, but Mrs. Bawumia is said to be in stable condition. As of now, there has been no official statement from her office.

The GNFS released a statement confirming the accident, stating that there were eight injured victims. The crash took place near Nobewam in the Ashanti Region, and an investigation is currently underway to determine the cause of the collision. The eight victims suffered varying degrees of injuries, and the rescue team arrived at the scene at 1:12 pm.

The accident involved four vehicles: a Toyota Land Cruiser, a Toyota Land Cruiser with a different registration number, a Mercedes Benz C180, and a Benz Sprinter bus. When the GNFS team arrived, four of the victims had already been rescued by the public and taken to the hospital.

The tragic accident involved the convoy of Second Lady Samira Bawumia, who was returning from Bonwire. Unfortunately, one of her bodyguards lost their life in the collision. However, Mrs. Bawumia miraculously escaped unharmed.

This incident has had a profound impact on the political and social spheres, with an outpouring of condolences for the bereaved family and colleagues of the deceased. The authorities are currently investigating the accident to determine the cause and any potential liabilities.

As the nation mourns the loss of a dedicated public servant, the Ghana Police Service will conduct a thorough inquiry into the incident to ensure transparency and impartiality. The thoughts and prayers of the nation are with the grieving family, and further details about the investigation are awaited.

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