Amissah-Arthur Injured Journalist responding to treatment

GTV reporter Nutor Bibini Nutor and Bernard Allotey of Radio Gold sustained some injuries at Gomoa Adams near Nsakyire on the Winneba-Cape Coast highway in the Central region.

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The two journalists who were injured in an accident involving the convoy of Vice President Kwesi Amissah Arthur, are recovering.

GTV reporter Nutor Bibini Nutor and Bernard Allotey of Radio Gold sustained some injuries at Gomoa Adams near Nsakyire on the Winneba-Cape Coast highway in the Central region.

READ ALSO:Amissah-Arthur Veep escapes death as car crashes his convoy; several injured

The convoy which was returning from Cape Coast where the Vice President was the guest of honour for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Regional campaign launch.

According to reports, a saloon car rammed into one of the convoy vehicles, causing it to summersault a number of times.

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The Vice president was on his way to Dominase for the 20th anniversary celebration of Nana Kweku Ewusia.

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Ghana’s Vice President's convoy has been involved in an accident  in the Central region resulting in the injury of some journalists.

The accident happened on Saturday at Gomoa Adams, near Nsakyire junction on the Winneba – Cape Coast highway.

A saloon car is said to have crashed into one of the black SUVs in the vice-president’s convoy, causing it to somersault several times.

The vice president, Amissah-Arthur escaped death but some journalists, including Nutor Bibini Nutor of GTV and Bernard Allotey of Radio Gold are said to have sustained some injuries.

The affected vehicle is believed to be the emergency car for the vice-president and is understood to contain the guns and ammunition of his security detail.

The Vice president was on his way to Dominase for the 20th anniversary of Nana Kwebu Ewusi, as well as to join the people for the celebration of the Akwambo Festival when the accident happened.

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