Trotro Driver Reportedly Crashes Police Dispatch Rider In Kasoa

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A TroTro driver has reportedly crashed a police dispatch rider in Kasoa.

The incident reportedly took place at around 7:30 AM and this is according to an eyewitness who spoke to Kumasi-based, Nhyira FM.

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The report, according to MyNewsGh, came about as a result of a bad road filled with potholes and the driver as he tried to swerve a pothole on a section of the road.

The police officer suffered multiple injuries and he was rushed to the hospital for immediate attention.

Kasoa has been in the news lately for bad reasons with the major headline from the Easter weekend happening there.

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Over the weekend, Ghanaians were left very shocked after it went viral that two teenage boys have gruesomely murdered a boy.

The two boys lured the 10-year-old boy whose name is Ishmael to an uncompleted building where they subjected him to severe beatings leading to his death.

The two boys were dragged to court and while in court they spoke about how they met the ritualist who told them to commit such atrocity.

According to sources and videos, the scene of the event was not pleasant as residents expressed shock at the way and manner these boys carried out the act.

After their arrest, the two teenage boys further confessed that a fetish priest was the one who asked them to provide the body of a youngster for him to perform some rituals that would enable them to become rich forever.

Source: www.ghgossip.com

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