President John Dramani Mahama and his team have been involved in an accident in the Central Region of Ghana leaving one bodyguard dead.
According to reports, the team was traveling from their hotel to begin the second day of the campaign when a head-on collision occured on the Cape Coast Elmina Highway.
The President is said to have sustained minor injuries while another bodyguard and driver are seriously injured.
They were rushed to the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital in the Presidential ambulance.
Mahama began will a two day tour of the Central Region on Monday.
The Central region has been described by many as a swing and critical region in determining who wins the December 7 election causing the region to experience a lot of political activities, all aimed at winning majority of votes in the region.
Just last week, the Vice president Amissah Arthur spent five days in the region galvanising the base of the party in winning majority of seats and popular votes in the region and he is followed by his boss the president.
President Mahama during his two day tour of the region will commission eight (8) community day schools as well as other projects being undertaken by the NDC government in the last four years .
He will also hold rallies at many places to address the region on what they stand to gain when he wins a second term bid in office.