Kuami Eugene Has A Horrible Car Accident With His Range Rover

Kuami Eugene Has A Horrible Car Accident With His Range Rover: Ghanaian artist Kuami Eugene, a multiple award winner, was hurt on Sunday night after colliding with a tipper truck with his automobile.

The collision happened at CP, which is near the DSTV office and faces the Dzowulu traffic signal in Accra. The artist’s destination remains unknown.

Emmanuel Ajarfor Abugri, the Editor of the Modern Ghana news portal, said that he was directly behind the musician’s vehicle when the accident happened at approximately 11:30 p.m.


He said to Myjoyonline that he didn’t realize it was the musician in the vehicle with the lone male passenger until he approached to offer help.

“I was the first to run to his aid because I was behind him. Before other guys arrived, I helped Kwame get out of the car and assisted the other passenger since he was having trouble getting out. I made arrangements for a car to take them to the UGMC medical center.

He explained that the tipper truck was in motion but moving slowly when the musician crashed into it from behind.

He believes the accident occurred because the N1 highway is dark due to poor lighting, while the tipper truck also lacked tail light, thereby worsening visibility.

The male passenger did not appear to have any physical injury, but told nurses at the UGMC Hospital that he felt pains in his neck and back.

Ajarfor also says he called in police officers from the Achimota Police Station to the scene who towed his car.

According to him, the artiste appears to have broken his arm as a cut was visible with blood on his hands. He also had a cut on his lips, the leg and an injury in the hip.


“He is OK. His hands were covered in blood, and he was missing one arm. The airbags all burst and the automobile is severely damaged. He said, “He might have died.”

The performer was traveling in a range rover with the license plate GC-220-21.


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