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Akufo-Addo Loyalist Blames Kintampo Disaster On Invisible Forces

Akufo-Addo loyalist, Awal Mohammed, has laid the blame for the disaster that occurred at the Kintampo Water Falls tourist site yesterday on the management of the facility.

Emerging facts have it that management of the Kintampo Water Falls tourist site has, since the electoral victory of Akufo-Addo, been forcibly taken over by the invisible forces,

Blaming the management of the tourist facility would not be far-fetched since enforcement of safety and security regulations at any tourist facility is the responsibility of management of the facility.

Questions that arise include, but not limited to, questions as to whether the management had put in place adequate safety and security measures at the facility; whether there were adequate number of tour guides; whether there were adequate number of lifeguards on duty at the time; whether the general surroundings of the waterfall has been adequately secured to prevent, or, in the worst case scenario, minimise the effect of any natural or man-made disaster.

Yesterday, Sunday, March 19th 2017, while His Excellency the President, Mr. Akufo-Addo, went to worship with Bishop Owusu Bempa at a thanksgiving service, several Ghanaian youth who went to the Kintampo Water Falls tourist site, met their death at the site when a tree was reported to have fallen on them.

The number of the dead is said to have breached the twenty mark, while several others are said to be receiving treatment.

In a post-incident interview, the Omanhene of Kintampo revealed that management of, therefore enforcement of safety and security measures at, the facility has, since the electoral victory of President Akufo-Addo, been forcibly taken over by the invisible forces of the NPP.

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