The convoy carrying the family of President
John Mahama to Cape Coast Thursday was
involved in an accident when they were
returning from an event in Cape Coast. Mahama and his family were returning from
the official commissioning of the first of 200
schools promised by his gov’t at Ekumfi
Otuam in the Central region.
The incident occurred when the convoy
rammed into a Chrysler belonging to one Nana Agyemang – a real estate developer – at
Dominase on the Accra-Cape Coast road. According to an eyewitness, a national
security operative stormed out of the vehicle
carrying the family and pulled out a gun
threatening to shoot the driver of the Chrysler for allegedly driving recklessly.The military driver of the family of Mahama, Benjamin
Takyi, transferred the president’s family into
another vehicle and drove off.
Meanwhile, the President today officially
commissioned the first of his promised 200 secondary schools at Otuam in the Central region to kick-start his free shs policy.The family is safe.