Ghana vows to improve safety standards after gas station blasts

The government of Ghana has pledged to improve safety standards in the country's energy sector after two explosions killed at least seven people in the capital. It happened after a fuel tanker caught fire at a gas station in Accra.

    The government of Ghana has pledged to improve safety standards in the country's energy sector after two explosions killed at least seven people in the capital.

    It happened after a fuel tanker caught fire at a gas station in Accra.

    Al Jazeera’s Ama Boateng reports from Accra.


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