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Savannah Region: GES storekeeper dead in car crash, others in critical condition

The deceased, according to the regional directorate, was traveling from the Savannah region to Accra together with the regional education director, Madam Mabel Judith and a driver on official assignment when the incident happened

A staff member of the Ghana Education Service’s Savannah regional office in charge of stores, Baba Wusamah, died in a fatal accident on the Kumasi-Accra highway on Sunday (4 February).

The deceased, according to the regional directorate, was traveling from the Savannah region to Accra together with the regional education director, Mabel Judith and a driver on official assignment when the incident happened.

The regional public relations officer of GES, Kpiirika Jatuat, confirmed the incident to Asaase News but could not give further details about the cause of the accident.

“Yes it’s true. She was going to Accra yesterday with our regional storekeeper, and they had an accident and unfortunately, we lost the storekeeper. The director and the driver are currently receiving  treatment,” Jatuat added.

Jatuat said that though he first heard the news from the director’s relative, both the director and the driver at the time of filing this story could not be reached.

Reporting by Tahiru Abdul-Washiru in the Savannah region

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