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One reason Ghanaian celebrities get accidents often – Kwesi Ernest reveals

CEO (President) of Media Excel Productions and a conspicuous music maker, Kwesi Ernest has featured key elements adding to accidents among big names.

In a new appearance on the Nana Ama Onua show, Ernest examined issues, for example, deficient rest, interruptions from calls or virtual entertainment like TikTok, and late-evening driving as significant supporters of mishaps including people of note.

He underscored the requesting idea of media outlets, where creatives frequently wind up driving late around evening time because of work responsibilities. In any case, Ernest encouraged superstars to focus on rest, particularly prior to setting out on lengthy excursions.

He recommended that famous people consider employing proficient drivers to guarantee security out and about. "A few famous people travel around evening time in light of their profession, yet they need to have sufficient rest in the day, and quit watching TikTok recordings.

On the off chance that potential superstars can embrace the administrations of a driver," Kwesi Ernest expressed. These comments from Kwesi Ernest follow a new mishap including performer Kuame Eugene. The episode happened close to the DSTV office, near the Dzorwulu traffic signal in Accra.

While the ongoing state of Kuame Eugene stays undisclosed, reports demonstrate that he is getting treatment and answering emphatically.

The experiences shared by Kwesi Ernest shed light on the difficulties looked by VIPs in keeping up with their prosperity in the midst of occupied plans and the significance of going to preparatory lengths to forestall mishaps.


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