Press corps accident NPP mourns Ghanaian Times reporter

According to the NPP, “We pray for a speedy recovery for them.”

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The opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) has sent its message of condolence to the family of Samuel Nuamah, who lost his life in a fatal accident involving the presidential press corps.

A reporter with Ghanaian Times newspaper, Nuamah was the only one who died in Thursday’s accident, which occurred on the Shai Hills stretch of the Accra-Ho road. Injured journalists are receiving treatment at the 37 Military Hospital.

A statement signed by Communications Director of NPP Nana Akomea said: “Our hearts and thoughts also go out to the injured, some of whom are still on admission at the 37 Military Hospital.

“We pray for a speedy recovery for them.”

The statement on Friday urged journalists who have been affected by the tragedy “to remain firm and continue to discharge their duties in service to God and Mother Ghana”.

“The bonds that exist between them must be strengthened in these trying times in honour of their fallen compatriot. May the soul of Samuel Nuamah rest in perfect peace.”

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