Nana Tabi III, Chief of Manso Agroyesum in the Amansie South District of the Ashanti Region, nearly died thought to be due to poor roads after falling off his motorcycle in an accident on the Agroyesum-Kumasi main road.

Agroyesum Chief recounted his incident on Akoma FM’s current events and political show GhanAkoma on Thursday, October 27, explaining how the bad condition of the road nearly killed him.

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“I was riding a motorcycle Wednesday evening when we came to a location when the bike almost got trapped in the mud and slipped.” We went off, and I shattered my ankle and got multiple bruises, not to mention the motorcycle falling on me.”

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The chief told the show’s host, Aduanaba Kofi Asante Ennin, that he has never seen an asphaltic road in his territory since ascending to the throne.

“We’re waiting for a politician to come here and campaign for votes.” “We will drive them away; we have voted for the NPP since the days of [previous] President Kufuor, but we have nothing to show for it; our roads are bad,” he said.

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