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Looking at ‘big’ buttocks while driving is a significant cause of road accidents – NRSA PRO Pearl Adusu Sateckla

Ghlagatin 3 weeks ago 0

According to Pearl Adusu Sateckla, a Public Relations Officer for the Ghana Road Safety Authority, one of the main causes of accidents on Ghanaian roads is the distraction caused by men focusing on women with big buttocks instead of paying attention to the road.

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Sateckla shared this insight during an appearance on the Auto Show on Citi FM in Accra, where she mentioned that there is research to support her assertion.

She explained that men make up the majority of drivers on the roads and tend to be easily distracted by physical attributes such as big buttocks.

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This distraction leads to inattentiveness while driving, which in turn increases the risk of accidents.

Sateckla emphasized that many drivers display inattentive behaviors such as using their phones or adjusting their radios instead of focusing on the road, which can result in dangerous situations.

Sateckla also pointed out that women, on the other hand, are generally more attentive while driving compared to men. She believes that this difference in attentiveness could contribute to the lower accident rates among female drivers.

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In conclusion, Sateckla highlighted the importance of staying focused and alert while on the road to prevent accidents and ensure the safety of all road users.

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.

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