Apiatse explosion: Fameye donates relief items to victims


Ghanaian Musician, Fameye born Peter Famiyeh Bozah, has presented relief items worth thousands of Ghana cedis to victims in the Appiate explosion.  

13 persons perished while 59 got injured in a huge explosion at Apiatse, a town between Bogoso and Bawdie in the Western Region.

The explosion occurred when a motorcycle reportedly collided with a vehicle carrying mining explosives to a mining site on Thursday, 20 January 2022.

Apart from the deaths, the explosion destroyed several domestic and commercial properties.

Some residents of the area who were unhurt had to run for their lives.

After the incident, expressed his condolences to the victims in the Bogoso-Appiate disaster.

The “Praise” hitmaker mentioned that his heart goes out to the families of the victims and that he is ready to support them.

Fameye who hails from Bogoso, has fulfilled his promise by donating relief items to the victims in the Apiatse explosion.

The items include mattresses, pillows, bags of rice, assorted drinks and boxes of bottled water among others.

“I visited the people of Apiatse (Bogoso) together with my team today to put smiles on their faces,” Fameye posted on Instagram.

Fameye was honoured with a traditional title by the Chiefs of Wassa Bogoso in November 2021.

The singer was enstooled “Nana Wassa Nyankoton Hene” by the chiefs and traditional rulers of Wassa.

Source: Atinkaonline.com


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