Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA) Executive Director Mensah Thompson has decended heavily on traders, MTTD and road safety commission for allowing women selling alcohol along road side.
According to him, the country has banned the the sale of alcohol at lorry stations and to road users. Meanwhile women are busily selling alcohol just by the road side to commuters and perhaps drivers plying the Accra- Cape Coast stretch.
Ghana as a country needs to be serious by enforcing the laws of this nation. We have banned alcohol selling just by road side and now who allow the traders to open a shop over there.
ASEPA boss quizzed where is the MTTD, isn't the sale of alcohol banned at Lorry station and to road users? How can they allow alcohol to be sold to road users in such an opulent manner? Where is the road safety commission? Are we waiting for some drank driver to cause mayhem on the road before we act? What country is this?
He made this assertions in a Facebook post; he wrote; "This is not a bear bar or a VC 10 shop around the corner, this is the Kasoa Toll Booth and women are busily selling alcohol just by road to commuters and perhaps drivers plying the Accra- Cape Coast stretch".
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