Media houses and colleagues mourn deceased Times reporter

Nuamah, who was part of President Mahama's press corps on their way to Accra from the Volta Regional capital Ho, died in an accident on Thursday afternoon around Dodowa.

The deceased, Samuel Nuamah.

Some media houses and journalists have sent their condolences to the family of the late Ghanaian Times’ reporter, Samuel Nuamah.

Reports suggest that some 20 journalists were in the Ford bus that veered off the road into a bush after it burst a tyre.

Here are some messages of condolence from the media to the bereaved family.

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