Ace Ghanaian gospel musician, Ernest Opoku Jnr. has recounted an accident that nearly took his life in 2010, saying he was the only survivor among three other people who were in the vehicle.
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During an interview on UTV’s United Showbiz hosted by Empress Nana Ama Mcbrown, Ernest Opoku revealed that the accident that occurred almost 11 years ago happened on the Winneba-Accra road.
He stated that he was the only survivor among three other people who lost their lives on the spot. He stated that he woke up to see his arms fractured while he was lying in an ambulance.
Ernest Opoku Jnr. recounting the unfortunate occurrence said that doctors proposed to have his arm cut off but he declined and rather underwent surgery in Holland where he was healed completely.
After the incident, Ernest Opoku vowed to record thanksgiving songs to glorify God for the rest of his music career.
In other news published on ghgossip.com, after the police received a distress call about some robbery attacks on Monday 6th December, a suspected armed robber was gunned down dead by the police patrol team during a shootout at Tema Golf City.
According to reports, the deceased together with his accomplice engaged in a gunfight with the Golf City Police Motorbike Patrol team resulting in the death of one of the robbers. The suspects were said to be on a motorbike with a registration number covered with a black polythene bag.
One Samsung 412 mobile phone, one Nokia keypad phone, GH10,00, and one black pistol were discovered during a search of the deceased.