A business small transport driver who wounded one traveler to death and left another harmed over social distancing has been remanded by the Koforidua Circuit Court.
The 32-year-elderly person was summoned on a charge of homicide and his supplication saved.
Eastern Region Police PRO ASP Ebenezer Tetteh who affirmed the occurrence said a day after the incomplete lockdown in parts of Ghana was lifted, two siblings boarded a vehicle being driven by the charged individual.
The denounced individual was said to have picked a greater number of travelers than the necessary number affirmed for business smaller than expected transports on the rear of the coronavirus episode.
The two siblings, as indicated by the police, fought the conduct of the driver, which brought about a squabble among them and the driver’s mate until they landed at Akwadum.
One of them was said to have pummeled the entryway of the vehicle said something that rankling to the effectively furious driver.
He escaped the vehicle to battle the two siblings and in the process wounded them.
They were hurried to the Koforidua Central Hospital where one of them was articulated dead.
In the interim the other individual, as indicated by the police, is reacting to treatment.