A family of nine travelling in a tricycle have died in an accident that occurred on the Twabidi-Dadiesoaba road in the Brong-Ahafo.
According to a reporter with Citi News’ affiliate station, Success FM at Goaso, Agyeman Opambuor, the accident occurred around 2pm on Tuesday afternoon when a tricycle collided with a truck carrying sand on the Twabidi-Dadiesoaba road. Agyeman Opambuor said, “We heard that the tricycle was loaded with people from Tepa to Goaso.
Because the road is not good, they passed through Twabidi to Dadiesoaba en route to Goaso. When they reached a curve, the oncoming tipper truck with registration number AS 5126-15 collided with the tricycle.” He added that; eight of the ten people in the tricycle died on the spot, as the remaining two were rushed to the Goaso Government Hospital where another was confirmed dead.
The surviving victim, a four year old baby is receiving treatment after sustaining injuries, Agyeman Opambuor added. According to the Brong-Ahafo Regional Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Christopher Tawiah, the bodies have so far been deposited to the Goaso government hospital morgue whiles the police is investigating the crash.
“They are family members including the father, mother, children and their siblings. It was only one of them who jumped off the tricycle to save himself upon seeing the accident. But all others who were occupants in the tricycle perished.
That tricycle shouldn’t have taken any passenger. It is only meant for goods and the rider but because of their stubbornness they don’t listen.” ASP Christopher Tawiah says going forward, the police will ensure that tricycles carrying passengers are arrested to curb the carnage on the road.
Originally, tricycles are not meant to convey passengers except goods. But the use of it is abused by many across the country.
Kumchacha Finally Explains The Meaning Of His ‘Mysterious’ Name
Kumchacha reveals the meaning of his name “Kumchacha” and how he got it
The prophet has been known as Kumchacha for many years. Ghanaians have wondered how a man of God can have such a name that sounds more fetish than christian. He said he was “awarded” the name in the United States.
Controversial self-acclaimed man of God, Prophet Kumchacha, has finally laid to rest the many tongues that have been wagging over his name.
Many people have wondered why a man of God would have such a name which sounds anything than christian. But Kumchacha has finally explained the meaning of his name and how he got it, according to a report by Ghanacelebrities.com.
According to him, the name was given to him in the United States by a group which witnessed how he performed many serious miracles.
Kumchacha disclosed that while on a ministry tour in the US, he performed many miracles including restoring the legs of a cripple and also healing an impotent man.
At the time the name was given to him, Kumchacha said he did not know the meaning, but he accepted it. According to him, it was later he got to understand that Kumchacha simply means an “anointed man of God”, but he failed to explain what language that it.
“I was in the United States and I toured Connecticut, Los Angeles and Massachusetts. I healed many people and they gave me the name Kumchacha.” “It was later I got to know the meaning, so Kumchacha means man of God,” the prophet said.
Kumchacha, known in real life as Nicholas Osei, is the founder and leader of Heavens Gate Ministries. He has recently dragged Afia Schwarzenegger to the police for verbally assaulting him.
The two are reportedly answering questions at the CID at the Police Headquarters.
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