Mumuni Fuseini, a personnel from the Closed Protection Unit at the Office of the Vice President, was laid to rest in accordance with Islamic customs following his tragic death in a road accident on Saturday.
Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia expressed in a tweet how hardworking and dedicated he was to the Office and Close Protection Unit, adding his message of condolence to the family and friends.
“My condolences to his family and friends. May Allah forgive Fuseini’s shortcomings and grant him Jannah,” the Vice President wrote.
See tweet below
The Ghana National Fire Service communicated the incident on Saturday, confirming eight injured victims and one fatality.
A/R:- ROAD CRASH AT OHENE-NKWANTA NEAR NOBEWAM, OFF THE KUMASI-ACCRA HIGHWAY INJURES 8 VICTIMS
On January 13, 2024, a distress accident call at Ohene-Nkwanta near Nobewam, off the Kumasi-Accra highway, was earlier this afternoon received by the Konongo-Odumasi Fire Station. Investigation is underway to determine the cause of the crash, but the eight victims, who suffered varying degrees of injury were rushed to the hospital for treatment.
The rescue team, led by STNO II Odjer Jonathan, arrived at the crash scene at 1312 hours to find a collision involving a Toyota Land Cruiser (GC-9094-21), Toyota Land Cruiser (VR-2105-15), Mercedes Benz C180 (NR-1977-18), and a Benz Sprinter (GE-7256-14). Of the 8 victims, 4 had already been rescued by the public and taken to the hospital.
The Mercedes Benz Sprinter and Benz C180 suffered significant damage to their engine compartments and windshields, while the rear of the Toyota Land Cruiser (GC-9094-21) was partially damaged, along with the Toyota Land Cruiser (VR- 2105-15).
Filed by the PRO,
(Saturday, January 13, 2024)
Scenes at the crash site below