My son was thrown from back to front seat – Father of the boy who died in Lilwin’s accident alleges

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Despite initial reports suggesting otherwise, Mr. Jacob Kofi Ampomah, whose vehicle was struck by LilWin’s car on the tragic day of the accident, clarified that his son was actually seated in the back seat, not the front.

Previously, critics, including LilWin’s public relations officer, Okyeame Akwadaa Nyame, and broadcaster Nana Yaa Brefo, had condemned the father for allegedly allowing his son to occupy the front seat, which violates safety regulations.

They emphasized that the father shared responsibility for the accident and urged against rushing to blame LilWin alone.

Nana Yaa Brefo questioned the wisdom of seating a three-year-old in the front, stressing the need to avoid premature judgment.

She pointed out that it is illegal to have a child in the front seat according to Ghanaian laws.

However, Mr. Ampomah refuted these assertions, affirming that his son was seated in the back.

Recounting the events of that fateful day, he explained that the crash’s impact propelled his son from the back to the front of the vehicle.

“My son was seated in the back seat when the accident happened. When the accident happened, it threw him from the back to the front. I saw him lying in front of me,” he detailed in an interview with Pure TV.

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