The singer took to his social media account to pour out his heart over the unfortunate incident
Multiple award-winning dancehall act, Livingstone Etse Satekla, popularly known as Stonebwoy, has waded into reports of a gory accident that happened in Ashaiman, a suburb of Accra, leaving 5 people dead and several injured.
It is reported that a Kia Truck with registration number, ER 5112 X, failed its brakes and ran into some market women who were selling on the streets. The accident which occurred on Thursday, July, 26 went viral on social media after a Facebook user posted the gory incident online.
Stonebwoy took to his Facebook account to commiserate with the bereaved families and also prayed for strength for those injured. After lamenting the accident in his ‘city’, Stonebwoy went on to lament on the deteriorating conditions in the health sector. He also touched on the fact that citizens had to make the effort to help curb such accidents by doing the right things.
An excerpt from his heart touching post read, “ASHAIMAN INCIDENT!! God is the author and finisher of our fate.. But these deaths and accidents that leave us “disabled” is not from him! Let religion and superstition take some breath.. Look what happened in my city Ashaiman. A loaded truck runs into market women at Ashaiman traffic.
Killing some and leaving some wounded, Driver-: break failure. Does this really justify the killing and wounding of other people mothers and relatives?”
Social med was thrown into s state of shock and grief after it was reported that A Kia Truck with registration number, ER 5112 X, filled with cement blocks ran into a crowd of traders at the Ashaiman market killing one instantly and injuring several others. Viral videos on the accident captured the aftermath of the event which showed some traders stuck under the truck, crying for help.
Reports reaching YEN.com.gh also indicates that the driver of the truck who was captured in the viral video after the accident has fled as a result of the fear of being lynched or put on trial. The injured are currently receiving treatment at the Tema General Hospital. However, the remains of the deceased have been deposited at the morgue.