#FixTheCountry: How an Ambulance responding to emergency almost got stuck in mud.
-Bad road causes an ambulance responding to emergency almost got stuck in mud.
The situation of poor roads in Ghana has become one of the country’s major challenges for so many decades.
64 years after independence, there are still several roads that has not been tarred and are in bad condition.
These rough and depleted roads causes so many challenges and accidents.
A typical example is seen in a video of an ambulance moving at a slow pace whiles attending to emergency.
Normally, ambulances as national emergency service responds, are supposed to be in a hurry when responding to an emergency.
On the contrary, this ambulance captured in the video could not move faster due to the slippery slope of the wet untarred road.
The problems of this country isn't a joke oo! If you are #FixingTheCountryGhana then please be serious and sincere with the people! As it stands now all odds are against us???! Once again #FixTheCountry and #FixTheCountryNow ?! 21st century why??????????????????? pic.twitter.com/RIUvIxHrzh— McMens? (@Mc_Mens1) June 10, 2021