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“The Crå$h Threw My Son From Back To Front Seat” – Father Of The 3-Year-Old Boy K!lled In LilWin’s Acc!dent reveals

Contrary to initial reports, Mr. Jacob Kofi Ampomah clarified that his son was seated in the back seat, not the front when their vehicle was struck by LilWin’s car on the tragic day of the accident.

Criticism from LilWin’s public relations officer, Okyeame Akwadaa Nyame, and broadcaster Nana Yaa Brefo had previously condemned Mr. Ampomah for allegedly allowing his son to sit in the front seat, which goes against safety regulations.

Nana Yaa Brefo emphasized the importance of avoiding premature judgment and highlighted that it is illegal to have a child in the front seat according to Ghanaian laws.

However, Mr. Ampomah refuted these claims, confirming that his son was seated in the back.

He explained that during the crash, the impact caused his son to be thrown from the back to the front of the vehicle.

In an interview with Pure TV, Mr. Ampomah recounted the events of that tragic day, stating, “My son was seated in the back seat when the accident happened.

When the accident happened, it threw him from the back to the front. I saw him lying in front of me.”

Three-year-old Nana Yaw tragically lost his life in the car crash involving Ghanaian actor Kwadwo Nkansah, also known as LilWin, who was reportedly driving at high speed.

The accident occurred as LilWin was heading to the premiere of his film ‘A Country Called Ghana’ in Kumasi.

Nana Yaw and his father were taken to a nearby hospital and later transferred to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, where the young boy sadly passed away.

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