The Dampare Administration is doing marvelous well and gaining the trust of Ghanaians.Since he resume office as IGP,the Social Media platform of the Ghana Police has seen a rapid improvements and the citizenry are extremely happy.The transparency ,quick investigation and the great concern shown is building and bringing into light,the rare notion “Police is your Friend”.Citizen freely forward any form of misconduct,recklessness and non law abiding(deviant behaviours) to the Police because they believe they will deliver and indeed they can now boldly shout the system is working.
The recent news spotted by countryghana has to do with reckless driving at kwahu fodoa(Accra-Kumasi) road has led to the Arrest of Awal Mohammed as confirmed by the Ghana police with the Aid of a good Samaritan(good citizen) being indicated in the picture below
The Ghana Police has successfully arrested this driver and is calling on Ghanaians to keep up and trust them with any issues they face in their day to day activities.This is update given by the Ghana police on their Verified Facebook Page
Driver of Vehicle with Registration Number GW 402 V Charged for Court
A suspect driver, Awal Mohammed, aged 31 has been arrested and charged for court for the following offences:
a. Driving on the wrong side of the road, contrary to Regulation 106 (1) of the Road Traffic Regulations (RTR) 2012 L.I 2180
b. Careless and inconsiderate driving contrary to section 3 of Act 683/04 as amended by 761/08.
C. Causing danger to other road users, contrary to section 22 of Act 683/04 as amended by 761/08 and
D. Causing road obstruction, contrary to Regulation 170 of the Road Traffic Regulation 2012, L.I 2180.
The said driver was captured on video by a concerned citizen as he dangerously veered off his lane at a section of the road at Kwahu Foduah, and drove facing oncoming vehicles.
We wish to commend the good Samaritan for volunteering information leading to the arrest. We wish to further caution motorists to drive with due care and attention at all times to avoid road traffic crashes.
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