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Human error cited as major cause of road accidents in Ghana

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The Municipal Manager of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) at Sefwi Wiawso in the Western North Region, Robert Aklamanu Williams has attributed the countless number of road accidents in the country to what he called behavioral change of both pedestrians and motorists.

According to him, human error rather than mechanical factor is the cause of most road accidents in the country.

Mr Aklamanu Williams stated this in an interview with GBC’s Radio Ghana in Sefwi Wiawso.

He further attributed the relatively low Road Safety education Campaign this festive season to the just ended general elections but was quick to commend Drivers in the Region for complying with road safety regulations provided by his outfit.

Mr Aklamanu Williams cautioned Pragia users to strictly observe the rules relating to their operations.

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