Samira Bawumia’s bodyguard who died in Accra-Kumasi highway accident buried

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The bodyguard of the Second Lady, Samira Bawumia, who died in a gory accident on the Accra-Kumasi highway has been laid to rest today, January 14, 2024.

Fuseni Mumuni, who served as a close protection officer to the second lady for over 5 years, met his untimely death on Saturday, January 13 2024.

The unfortunate incident occurred when a commercial vehicle collided with one of the vehicles in the Second Lady’s convoy as they were returning from Bonwire in the Ashanti region.

The Second Lady and officials from the office of the Vice President on Sunday thronged the Madina Muslim cemetery to bid him farewell.

The Director General of the National Lottery Authority (NLA), Sammi Awuku joined the many officials to bid Fuseni Mumuni farewell

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Mr Auwku told Citi News in an interview, “This is one of the strong patriots that I know. This is somebody who on any day when there is a call to duty, he is present and he makes himself available and he supports. He died in the line of duty.”

To the family, he noted “The loss is irreplaceable but may this God who keeps the orphans, the widows and the poor comforted, comfort them. And we pray for the repose of our brother’s soul.”

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Meanwhile, investigation is underway to determine the cause of the crash but the 8 victims who suffered varying degrees of injuries were rushed to the hospital for treatment.

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Fire Service Statement On Samira Bwaumia’s bodyguard’s accident

A statement by the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) stated that the rescue team, led by STNO II Odjer Jonathan, arrived at the crash scene at 13:12 hours on Saturday to find a collision involving a Toyota Land Cruiser (GC-9094-21), Toyota Land Cruiser (VR-2105-15), Mercedes Benz C180 (NR-1977-18), and a Benz Sprinter (GE-7256-14).

The Mercedes Benz Sprinter and Benz C180 suffered significant damage to their engine compartments and windshields, while the rear of the Toyota Land Cruiser (GC-9094-21) was partially damaged, along with the Toyota Land Cruiser (VR- 2105-15).

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