Cheki takes road safety campaign higher

ERIC AMOAKO TWUMIn its quest to ensure an accident-free Christmas this festive season, has embarked on a massive road safety campaign nationwide.

Management of the online car selling giants has hinted that preparations are far advanced to launch the campaign intended to educate motorists and road users today in Accra.

The Country Manager of Eric Amoako-Twum in an interview said “This forms part of our Corporate Social Responsibility, and we are doing it to reduce road accidents this season and beyond.”

“As a company that deals in vehicles, we are concerned about how safe they are on the road to avoid preventable accidents. We have also lined up series of programmes including educating motorists on safety road tips,” Mr. Amoako-Twum added.

He said many cars have run into parked vehicles on the shoulders and middle of roads resulting in the deaths of many due to the unavailability of these warning triangles.

According to him, believe this initiative will go a long way in preventing many preventable accidents this season and beyond.

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