Three persons traveling with former President John Dramani Mahama on his campaign tour of the Savannah Region have been injured in an accident.
The victims include a TV3 Journalist, Christopher Amoako. For now, it is unclear yet how the accident occured.
The three sustained varied injuries following the accident which happened at Dartotili, a suburb of Tamale in the Northern Region on Thursday.
The two other victims are the Savannah Regional Communications officer of the National Democratic Congress, R.A. Jelil, and one other person only identified as Samed.
The team was returning from East and North-East Gonja Districts and heading towards Yapei and Daoboya in the Central and North Gonja Districts, but could not reach their destination.
The injured have since been conveyed to the Tamale Teaching Hospital For medical attention.
The former President was pictured attending to one of the victims, Christopher Amoako of TV3, who was lying on the floor.
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