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Stop blaming witches for careless road accidents during Christmas – Kaakyire Kwame Appiah

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According to Kaakyire Kwame Appiah, a notable Ghanaian veteran singer, driver irresponsibility should be blamed for road accidents.

According to the ‘Kwadonto’ hitmaker, he doesn’t understand why Ghanaians blame witchcraft and mysticism when reckless driving causes accidents.

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He claims that commercial drivers’ desire to make more money during the holiday season, as well as individuals’ desire to be at their destination as soon as possible, causes them to overspeed.

“By rushing with too much speed it can be dangerous but we often blame witches and lesser gods or spirits for certain mishaps that we caused,” he said during an interview with Amansan on Property FM.

He added “Obey traffic rules and why is it that when the speed limit is telling you to go 50 you’d move like 80 or 100 so we will plead with the drivers that if you drink alcohol don’t drive”.

Nana Adieaemuyeduru Trimude is the new name for Kaakyire Kwame Appiah. Kaakyire Kwame Appiah I, the Benkumhene of Bosomtwe Asaman in the Ashanti Region, has been enstooled.

 

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