Monday, September 9, 2013


By: Kwamina Bamfo-Agyei
A day after the Oguaa Fetu Afahye three people died on the spot, through motor accident on the National Highway road. The accident occured around 1:45am, there was a head on collision involving a saloon car and a tipper truck according to eyewitness the driver of the saloon car was trying to overtake when it collided with the tipper truck.
The driver of the saloon car , happens to be the brother of  the  Cape Coast branch manager of MTN, and a past female student of Cape Coast Polytechnic died on the spot. The registration number is CR 1254-12.
According to a friend of the Branch Manger of MTN he told is official driver to take him home around 1:30am from where MTN was organising Fetu Music programme but his driver said he is unable to drive because he has taken some alcohol, but the deceased MTN manager called his brother to drive him home and Abigail Ferguson a past students of Cape Coast Polytechnic who was a National Service Personnel with Briwa Vocational school pleaded to be alighted at the school where they met their untimely death.

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