The height of indiscipline in Ghana is flying to unimaginable heights and it may get out of hand if the needed steps are taken. We have all raised our voices to the government in a bid to help turn the fortune of the country around. But a clear indication is that the fight to fix the country is not just the problem and responsibility of the government, but lies on the shoulders of every person.
"Brighten up the corner where you are". Abiding by the laws and regulations in the country is a prime discipline action that we all need to take to make the society a better place for us. These include traffic and road user regulations. A very disturbing video that has been shared on facebook indicates a number of women who have been packed in the trunk of a car moving along the Accra-Kumasi highway with a speed of 80km/h, according to the report, which makes it very dangerous on such a busy highway. The video which was posted on facebook by Asempa 94.7FM today Friday 18th June 2021, also had a woman in the driving seat.
If women are capable of breaking road rules like this, then where are we heading? Some reactions from people also show disapproval of such actions. Here are some reactions
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