Police have opened an official investigation into the close deadly road accident including two Members of Parliament, Mohammed Muntaka Mubarak and Ahmed Ibrahim.

Two parliamentarians were in car accident on Kumasi-Accra street and have since been released by the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.

Mohammed Muntaka Mubarak and Ahmed Ibrahim, lawmakers for Aswasi and Banda and three others, including a cop were hurried to the medical clinic after their Land Cruiser vehicle ran into the mid-bit of a BMW vehicle driven by a Customs official.

Police say the custom official, recognized as William Asuako, responsible for a BMW vehicle with enlistment ER 1275-W neglected to watch traffic before joining the main Kumasi-Accra road.

He is presently on admission at the Konongo Government Hospital getting treatment.

Alhaji Muntaka, majority chief whip and his deputy were going from the Accra-Kumasi heading when the happend happened at about 10:30 a.m, as indicated by the police Motor, Transport and Traffic Department.

The driver of the Land Cruiser vehicle with enlistment GE 2961-18, Corporal Yakubu Mohammed and two others, Haruna Mohammed and Noah Manu who were onboard the Land Cruiser were raced to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.

Ashanti Regional MTTD Commander, Superintendent Emmanuel Adu Boahen disclosed to Joy News caution statements would be taken from the suspects after full recovery.

The vehicles associated with the accident, which were seriously damaged, have been towwed to the Ejisu Police station while police examinations proceed.

The BMW has had its close side including boot, both passenger and driver’s doors totally damaged, and the Land Cruiser had its bonnet and motor seriously damaged.

Superintendent Adu Boahen has cautioned drivers to be extra cautious particularly during this harmattan season where visibility is poor.

“There’s poor visibility so drivers should drive with headlights on. They ought to lessen speed while drive with care,” he said.

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