Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council has called the National Road Safety Commission and the Ghana Police Service and other stakeholders to ensure the roads are safe.
The Council as called on law enforcement agencies to ensure the laws applied to people who go against Road Traffic Regulations especially as the country prepares to go to the polls.
It gave these advice while commiserating with families of some supporters of the NDC who were involved in an accident at the weekend on their way to a rally at Frante in the Ejura-Sekyedumase Municipality in the Ashanti Region.
So far, six people have been confirmed dead while 15 are in critical and 50 people also had various degree of injuries.
The Council also called on drivers and passengers to be proactive in enforcing the safety measures.
“Drivers should not drive when drunk or tired and passengers should help to identify any such deficiencies and risks that could endanger their lives by taking the necessary action,” the council said in a statement.
However, the flagbearer of the party, John Mahama has said that the party will take care of the hospital bills.
Source: Ghana Waves