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Kumasi Ayeduasi Shooting: New Video Proves CID Shot And Kill The Driver, The Man Didn’t Kill Himself | WATCH

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We reported a shooting incident that happened this morning at Tech-Ayeduasi; in Kumasi , where a private KIA saloon driver, argued with a lady driver whiles both were in traffic jam. He pulled a gun at the lady driver from his car.

As the two argued, an Aboboyaa driver who tried to intervene and talk the man to stop arguing with the lady, received three gunshots directly in the stomach.

A new video has surfaces and it is alleged to be a prove that, the driver was shot and killed by a CID who was one of the police rescue team at the scene.

According to eye witnesses, the KIA driver, who is believed to be a Nigerian was driving recklessly on the road at Ayeduase, right on the “Attah Mills junction” near the Access Bank premises. A pedestrian lady engaged in a heated argument with the man for driving that way on the streets which drew the attention of a passerby by name Amoah.

The witnesses say that, Amoah was actually defending the young lady and protecting him from the angry driver. The driver slapped Amoah in the face in which Amoah retaliated with a slap. In an extreme anger, the alleged Nigerian KIA Saloon driver drew a gun from his car and shot Amoah.

In an attempt to escape, a tricycle rider crossed the street with his tricycle, blocking the killer from escaping. The police unit and a Criminal Investigator was called at the scene. The CID, in a white attire in the video shot the Nigerian after the Nigerian acted reluctant to the orders of the police.

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Korle Bu Teaching Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit In Flames

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News reaching KUBILIVE indicates that a fire gutted the Intensive Care Unit of the Korle-Bu teaching hospital in the early hours of Monday, November 30, 2020.

The cause of the fire has been linked to a faulty electrical cable. Three coronavirus patients who were on admission at the center have been transferred to the University of Ghana Medical Centre for treatment.

The hospital’s Public Relation Officer, PRO, Mustapha Salifu, said, officials have taken all the necessary steps to evacuate all three patients who were in the ICU to safety.

According to Mustapha Salifu, no casualties were recorded during the outbreak. He indicated that there would be a refurbishment of the ICU for works to continue.

“The fire was detected early, so we were able to handle it as soon it started, COVID-19 patients are safe and under control. There were also no casualties involved as a result of the outbreak,” he said.

The CEO of the hospital, Dr Opoku Ware Ampomah who was at the scene during the emergency, praised the staff for their brave acts which stopped the situation from increasing.

This comes two days after the fire outbreak at the Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) office at Kantamanto in Accra on Saturday, November 28, 2020

The cause of the fire is yet to be known. A video that circulated online showed heavy smoke coming out of the building.

The video also showed people at the scene attempting to contain the fire from spreading.

Firefighters have also arrived at the scene to help contain the fire and are yet to establish the cause of the blaze.

Reports indicate the fire started on the first floor of the seven-story building.

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Government Unveils Quadricycles; Set To Introduce For Okada And Pragya Riders

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The Coastal Development Authority has designed and introduced the first of its kind, the “CODA Drive Initiative” which would see some quadricycles being distributed.

The new initiative is also expected to help address road safety within the Coastal Development Zone.

The CODA Drive will, however, be initially be concentrated in rural areas and city outskirts across the country.

Mr. Shaib said the Infrastructure for Poverty Eradication Programme (IPEP) is funding the initiative.

While outdooring some vehicles, Chief Executive Officer of the Authority, Shaib explained that under the CODA Drive intervention, CODA will offer Bajaj Qute four-passenger quadricycles to drivers and okada riders on hire-purchase for use as public transport.

The CEO elaborated that CODA Drive has many economic and social benefits including but not limited to the income-earning opportunities for thousands of Ghanaian families as well as the reduction in road crashes and consequent reduction in injury and death.

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The Date For The Burial Of Jerry John Rawlings Announced

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The date of the funeral for former President Jerry John Rawlings has been announced to the general public.

The late Former President Jerry John Rawlings will be given a state burial on Wednesday, December 23, 2020, at the Independence Square in Accra.

This was disclosed in a statement signed by James Victor Gbeho, the head of the funeral planning committee.

READ THE FULL STATEMENT BELOW;

PRESIDENT RAWLINGS’ FUNERAL TO BE HELD ON DECEMBER 23
The family of His Excellency Jerry John Rawlings has in consultation with the Government, agreed that the date for the State funeral of the former President is confirmed for Wednesday, 23rd December 2020 at the Independence Square in Accra.

The family is working in conjunction with the Government on the finer details of the funeral ceremony and will communicate the arrangements in due course.

Individuals and institutions who wish to contribute tributes to the memory of Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings are reminded to email such tributes to tributes@jjrawlingsmemorial.org.

Signed:

Ambassador James Victor Gbeho
(Head of Funeral Planning Committee)

The former president died on Thursday, N

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