He Died In A Matter Of Seconds Returning From Work

accident on camera

Joy News anchor Israel Laryea has confirmed the death of the Chief Executive Officer of Naflam Clothing.

According to a social media post sighted on Israel Laryea’s Facebook Wall, the publicized video which went viral, captured the accident as it happened from a CCTV camera footage.

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The man died in a matter of seconds after a motor rider slammed into the side of his car at a traffic light crossing.

The news anchor used the circumstances of the gory accident to advise all road users to respect all traffic regulations and signs, more especially at the traffic lights.

From his perspective, the motor rider abused the traffic regulation and failed to adhere to the “Red Light” on his side of the road. While all the cars were on standby, he (motor rider) decided to quickly beat the traffic and ended up causing the accident.

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Little did he (Naflam CEO) know that he was headed towards his untimely death.

Road accidents are taking the precious lives of people in our dear nation Ghana. It is getting out of hand and thus it is high time government and the Ghana Police Service up their game in the enforcement of law and order on our roads to help stamp out the carnage and save lives in the country especially as we approach the Easter holidays.

This video is very gory and so viewer discretion is very much advised.

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