Bono East NDC deputy youth organiser dies in car crash

A party of Bono and Bono East NDC youth activists was involved in a head-on collision with an articulated lorry

Isaac Kojo Nsiah, Bono East deputy regional youth organiser of the opposition National Democratic Congress, has died in an accident that occurred in Techiman.

The accident occurred on last night (3 October) after a head-on collision between a Bono East regional party pick-up and an articulator loaded with fertiliser.

Three in hospital

A statement issued by the national youth organiser of the NDC, George Opare Addo, said: “It is with sadness I announce the death of Isaac Kojo Nsiah, Bono East deputy regional youth organiser, who passed away in a car accident a few hours ago around the Techiman Toll Booth area.”

Three others who were part of the entourage have been admitted and are receiving treatment at the Techiman Holy Family Hospital.

They are Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo, Bono East regional youth organiser, Bilal Muazu Sulemana, Bono regional youth organiser, and Rashid Ahmed, Bono deputy regional youth organiser.

Reports suggest they were returning from a party function in Kintampo South when the accident occurred.

The statement from the NDC national youth organiser said: “Our thoughts and prayers are with them. The youth wing commiserates with the family of the deceased and shares in their loss. May the Almighty strengthen us all in these times.”

Fred Dzakpata

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